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The School of Psychology study provided the first direct evidence that humans use others' perspectives, as we spontaneously form mental images of how the world looks to the other person.
- Scientists shed light on seeing through another's eyes – BT
- Scientists shed light on seeing through another's eyes – Evening Express
- Seeing through another's eyes – how we use others' viewpoints to make decisions – Neuroscience News
- Seeing through another's eyes – Science Daily
- Research shows for the first time how we use others' viewpoints to make decisions – MedBizPro
Scientists from the University of Plymouth and other world-leading marine research organisations have completed the first ever assessment of how plankton communities are changing in coastal waters and shelf seas around the UK.
- Scientists complete first UK-wide assessment of changes in plankton community – Phys.org
- First UK-wide assessment of changes in plankton community – Plymouth Marine Laboratory
The study reveals how macrophages, cells that play an important role in tissue repair and wound healing following traumatic injury, use a specific cell signalling pathway to control the processes of nerve repair following damage. The work was led by the Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine (ITSMed).
- Key function of specialised cells in peripheral nerve repair – Drug Target Review
- Research shows key function of specialized cells in peripheral nerve repair – Medical Xpress
Photographer and film-maker Benjamin Pothier, from the University of Plymouth’s Planetary Collegium, is taking part in a mission to perform scientific experiments and test technological instruments needed for the future exploration of the Moon or Mars.
New simulation takes off at HI-SEAS habitat on Mauna Loa – Hawaii Tribune Herald
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