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Dyslexia is not the same in all Languages

The part of the brain affected by dyslexia depends on culture and language

Researchers into dyslexia in Mandarin-speaking children find it is located in a different part of the brain to dyslexia in children speaking an alphabet-based language. Breakthrough in atomic time-keeping with miniature clocks accurate to one second in 300 years. Report on the overlap between science and the arts in the presentations at Britain's annual Science Festival, in Exeter.

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BBC World Service Archive

BBC World Service Archive

This programme was restored as part of the World Service archive project

Gravitational Waves

Gravitational Waves

Gravity and ripples in the fabric of space time - what do these mean for us?