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Flights of imagination: An aeronautical engineer as a famous novelist

Immersed in aerodynamics, material science, structural analysis and the like, an aeronautical engineer would be the last person expected to be a successful and long-lasting novelist.

Even rats can imagine and reason!

Even rats can imagine and reason!

 Rats have the ability to link cause and effect such that they can expect, or imagine, something happening even if it isn't, reveals a new study.

Figment of Imagination, a lucid dream, or thin air, what are we?

In the deepest realms of my artistry, imagery and perceptibility a bare void reaches out to me asking to be named, defined, reasoned and heard. Homo Sapiens are probably Earth's proud race in the galaxy, with 'beauty' and 'brains' unmatched in the entire universe.

Cradle of imagination in human brain discovered

Researchers have finally been able to solve the long standing puzzle of how and where imagination occurs in the human brain.

Imagination can alter what we see and hear

What we imagine hearing can change what we actually see, and what we imagine seeing can change what we actually hear, according to a new study.

`Horns` will capture people`s imaginations, says Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe says his forthcoming film ‘Horns’ has the potential to capture people`s imaginations.

Magic mushrooms can make lasting personality changes

A single high dose of the hallucinogen psilocybin, the active ingredient in so-called “magic mushrooms”, is enough to create a lasting personality change.

CBI report a web of imagination, say Talwars

The parents of murdered teenager Aarushi Talwar have alleged that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) closure report in the case is a web of imagination.

Imagination can reduce persistent abdominal pain in kids

A new study has revealed that children with persistent abdominal pain who use audio recordings of guided imagery along with standard medical treatment are three times more likely to improve the problem.

Imagination can reduce persistent abdominal pain in kids

A new study has revealed that children with persistent abdominal pain who use audio recordings of guided imagery along with standard medical treatment are three times more likely to improve the problem.