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Neuroscientist Uri Hasson researches the basis of human communication, and experiments from his lab reveal that even across different languages, our brains show similar activity, or become "aligned," when we hear the same idea or story. This amazing neural mechanism allows us to transmit brain patterns, sharing memories and knowledge. "We can communicate because we have a common code that presents meaning," Hasson says.
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Prosecutors call for jail sentences for two whistleblowers in the so-called "LuxLeaks" scandal, which revealed the tax breaks Luxembourg offers big firms
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Long delays in the time it takes to buy a house or flat could be reduced, under government plans for homebuyers in England and Wales.
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BHS could have saved more than £15m last year if there had not been a delay in the revaluation of business rates, according to new research.
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Uber launches wheelchair-accessible vehicles that can be requested by passengers in London via the app.
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A rare 1933 penny - one of only four in existence - sells for a world record price of £72,000 at a London auction
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The EU's Sentinel-3a satellite offers a peek at what will be one of its most fundamental products - a map of sea surface height anomalies.
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Cross-continental study reveals how camels' genetic diversity is shaped by ancient trade routes.
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The UK's trade deficit for the first quarter is at its biggest since 2008 in what one analyst described as "truly horrible" figures.
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The boss of the Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil firm Saudi Aramco says demand is increasing.
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Robin Li, chief executive at China's largest search engine company Baidu, wants employees to place "values before profits".
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London's FTSE 100 is higher at the start of trade with outsourcing firm Capita the leading gainer after a reassuring trading statement.
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Airline Easyjet reports a half year of £24m, compared with profits of £7m last year but says its performance has been strong in the face of "external events".
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Philip McAleese, chief executive of See.Sense, shows off three things that his company's connected bike light can do.
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Switzerland's Credit Suisse bank reports loss, amid "challenging" markets and "drastically reduced" client activity.
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Scientists have published their first global assessment of the state of the world's plants.
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How will science and research by affected if Britain leaves the EU?
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Shares in Mitsubishi Motors rise on media reports the Japanese car maker will compensate customers after it admitted falsifying fuel efficiency data.
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Tommy Sandhu looks at some of the latest travel gadgets.
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Clothing chain Gap has admitted it needs to move faster to compete with rivals as it warned first quarter earnings would miss forecasts.
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Could a plastic gadget make farmers richer?
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How scientists could revolutionise the lives of subsistence farmers through developing higher yielding plants.
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A new report looking at the state of the world's plants estimates that 390,900 species are known to science.
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Frankfurt poised for a Brexit boom
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The majority of business people plan to vote for the UK to remain in the EU but the gap with those wanting to leave has narrowed, the latest British Chambers of Commerce survey suggests.
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