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Science For Dummies

by | 6th, September 2004

‘TWO topics now which, when combined, tell you something about science and scientists in today’s Britain.

‘Dr Alan Slater, I presume’

The first is found in the Times and involves the work of Alan Slater and his team of researchers at Exeter University.

His work will be showcased to the world later this week at the British Association For The Advancement Of Science Festival, but the paper has obtained a sneak preview of the ground-breaking things science fans can expect to learn.

For instance, a baby is more likely to gaze at a picture it finds agreeable than to look at one it detests.

Genius? You

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