Language

In logic, mathematics, computer science, and linguistics, a formal language consists of words whose letters are taken from an alphabet and are well-formed according to a specific set of rules.

Read more in the app

Singing researchers find cross-cultural patterns in music and language - EurekAlert

New study infers our wellbeing by analyzing the language we use around ageing, using language markers to enable "a ... - EurekAlert

Researchers discover where in the brain bilinguals store language-specific sounds and sound sequences.

Decoding the language of cells: Unveiling the proteins behind cellular organelle communication - EurekAlert

Decoding the language of cells: Unveiling the proteins behind cellular organelle communication

The Cognitive Neuroscientist Who Helped Unravel the Mysteries of Language

Decoding the language of epigenetic modifications

Bilingualism Is Reworking This Language's Rainbow

AI trained on a baby’s experiences yields clues to how we learn language

The Language of Astronomy Is Needlessly Violent and Inaccurate

Can we decode the language of our primate cousins?

Poetry and language offer a balm for climate change angst

Why reading nursery rhymes and singing to babies may help them to learn language

Babies may start to learn language before they are born

Robotic Grasp of Language: Unlocking an Open-Ended World for Automation

Colorful Consequences: How “Blue” and “Green” Appeared in a Language That Didn’t Have Words for Them

How 'blue' and 'green' appeared in a language that didn't have words for them

A Myriad of Tongues review: How language may shape our world view

AI ‘breakthrough’: neural net has human-like ability to generalize language. It outperforms ChatGPT at quickly folding new words into its lexicon, a key aspect of human intelligence.

People Who Speak Backward Reveal the Brain's Endless Ability to Play with Language