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Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths
BBC News-2010-11-04 12:13:13

Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths, according to Oxford University scientists.Full Story

Death rate doubles in Moscow as heatwave continues
An ambulance crosses a smog-bound Red Square, 9 August The full health impact of the heatwave nationwide has not been reported.
 
Surge for Dutch anti-Islam Freedom Party
Geert Wilders, 9 June 2010 Geert Wilders said he wanted to be part of a new government. A Dutch anti-Islam party has more than doubled its seats in parliament in a national vote, though it is unclear if it will take part in a coalition.
 
Muhammad cartoonist defiant after attack
Lars Vilks AP – File - Swedish artist Lars Vilks talks during an interview with the Associated Press in Stockholm, Sweden, … By KARL RITTER, Associated Press Writer Karl Ritter, Associated Press Writer – Wed May 12, 11:18 am ET.
 
Rats top invasive mammals table
By Mark Kinver Science and environment reporter, BBC News Brown rats (Image: PA) Brown rats opportunistic behaviour helped the species to spread quickly.
 
Adobe confirms plans to move away from Apple
Adobe sign Adobe has repeated a desire to "move away" from Apple products. Adobe has posted a short response to the letter Apple boss Steve Jobs has written about Flash technology.
 
US court rejects Roman Polanski's in absentia bid
The film-maker is currently under house arrest.A US court has rejected a bid by film director Roman Polanski to be sentenced in absentia for a child sex case.
 
Volcanic ash spreads more travel misery across Europe
Millions of stranded travellers face further air chaos as the volcanic ash from Iceland that has closed most of Europe's airspace continues to spread.
 
Irish Muslim immigrants arrested over 'plot to kill Swedish cartoonist'
Lars Vilks' drawing appeared after the notorious Danish cartoons row. Seven people have been arrested in the Irish Republic over an alleged plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist for depicting the Prophet Muhammad, police say.
 
Spanish police arrest masterminds of 'massive' botnet
Few owners of hijacked machines know they have been compromised Spanish police have revealed that they have arrested three men responsible for one of the world's biggest networks of virus-infected computers.
 
Spanish police arrest masterminds of 'massive' botnet
Few owners of hijacked machines know they have been compromised Spanish police have revealed that they have arrested three men responsible for one of the world's biggest networks of virus-infected computers.
 
Greece backs new round of tax rises and spending cuts
Demonstration by striking workers in Athens, 10 Feb 10 Greece has been hit by a wave of public sector strikes The Greek government has approved a new package of tax increases and spending cuts to save 4.
 
Microsoft offers browser choice
Microsoft is to ask millions of users across Europe if they want to use a web browser other than its own.
 
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