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Brain Cortex May Regulate the Need for Sleep

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The FINANCIAL — Why we sleep, and the processes behind sleep, are amongst the most interesting questions in modern neuroscience. Researchers at the University of Oxford have now uncovered a new target for sleep investigations within the mammalian brain – the cerebral cortex. The paper was published today in Nature Neuroscience.…

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Brain Cortex May Regulate the Need for Sleep

5 mins read

The FINANCIAL — Why we sleep, and the processes behind sleep, are amongst the most interesting questions in modern neuroscience. Researchers at the University of Oxford have now uncovered a new target for sleep investigations within the mammalian brain – the cerebral cortex. The paper was published today in Nature Neuroscience.…

Gradual change seen in euro area payment behaviour

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The FINANCIAL --  Cash most popular instrument for in-person retail payments, but use gradually declining, Card payments becoming increasingly contactless, Survey suggests coronavirus pandemic has accelerated use of cashless payment methods. Euro area consumers are gradually shifting towards cards for in-person retail payments, although cash remained the most used instrument at the end of 2019, data published today…