Researchers from Germany claim that brains function like hard drives - the more information we put in them, the longer it takes to recall it
We now know a great deal more about children’s memory
Introducing the first officially accredited Russian-speaking bilingual nursery in Britain
I believe I am well qualified to answer this question. I was born deaf and have been deaf my whole life. I do not wear hearing aids or cochlear implants (and have no desire to wear either). I speak American Sign Language (ASL) and it is my primary language. I am a mother of two born-deaf children, so our being deaf is genetic for us.
Neither trainer nor jockey has been in his service as long as others who could testify gratefully to the fidelity of their patron, but both left the sunshine and flowers of the July Course with optimism that Anjaal could yet seal their growing roles at the centre of Sheikh Hamdan's racing empire.
As target begins to employ grooming tactics, the 'chatbot' changes in ways designed to lure him in
Belgium’s 79-year-old King Albert has announced that he would abdicate in favour of his son, Prince Philippe, in a surprise address to the nation that comes weeks after a woman claiming to be his daughter launched court proceedings to prove her paternity.
The first major study into online bullying, conducted by academics at Lancaster University has identified seven "trolling" behaviours that internet users should be wary of.
Corsican-speaking MEP to present report on dwindling dialects to European Parliament
Can this fanfared debut live up to its billing? After a few wobbles – yes, a new star is born
If you think a play that sets out to celebrate the 400th anniversary of UK-Japan relations sounds in danger of becoming a dry history lesson, you'd be right.
Tom Leece is Film and TV editor at Fourth & Main
A selection of linguistic shortcomings from this week's Independent
Hollywood sign face-lift, post election exodus, high court high, cooking on the eternal flame and one seriously rad dad
Andrew Martin chooses the smaller bar – and no sharing
An increasing number of British students are turning to European institutions for a top quality education, without the huge debts