3 Tips for Practicing Mindfulness in a Multitasking Workplace

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Dr. Romie Mushtaq, neurologist, shares the science behind its effectiveness.

Couples Where Mothers Earn More Are No More Likely to Split


Fears about women earning more reflect theories, anxieties and myths about what makes a relationship strong.

9-Year-Old Boy Challenges Neil deGrasse Tyson In Hilarious Debate (Video)


The real life Reed Richards has an awesome exchange with a young fan.

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Wants Everyone to Love Learning


This past Sunday marked the premier of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a show that hopes to spark a new generation of explorers with a hunger for knowledge.

Lutz or Flutz? The Tricky Physics of Figure Skating


Figure skating is at once artistic, athletic and breathtaking. Here’s a glimpse into the science that makes it so entertaining.

Neanderthals and Humans: An Interspecies Affair to Remember


Tweet By Darren Curnoe Research out today in leading science journals firms up estimates of interbreeding between the now extinct Neanderthals and the ancestors of living Eurasians. They also provide new explanations about the circumstances surrounding the flow of genes into our species when the first modern humans (Homo sapiens) left Africa to settle the […]

Look to LGBQ and Older Couples for Good Relationship Advice


In a society where much research has been conducted into the stresses on relationships and marriage breakdowns, these new findings reveal some positive and affirming things about couples.

Smug Couples Patronise Singles to Feel Better About Themselves


Meet Normative Idealization: The tendency to idealize one’s own lifestyle and believe others would benefit from it too.

How I Fell in Love With Science Through Hip-Hop

How I Learned to Love Science Through Hip Hop

Edmund Adjapong looks at how his high school science teacher, Chris Emdin used hip hop as a foundation to unlock a love for science.

Why Can’t We Walk in a Straight Line?

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This in no way means you should get lippy the next time you fail a field sobriety test.

‘Comet of the Century’ May Not Survive Sun

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Comet Ison makes its closest approach to the Sun today.

Experts on Climate Change—Combining Art & Science

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Climate change experts Les Johnson, C Bangs & Greg Matloff tell it like it is and how we can change the direction of climate change in a positive way!

The Truth About Dishonesty


Psychology professor Dan Ariely believes we can be honest and dishonest (at the same time).

Literature Makes You A Better Person? That’s Just Science

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Recent study finds the quality of your reading affects your social skills.

HIV Vaccine Passes First Round of Trials


A new drug out of Canada may offer some hope against the deadly virus.

10 Reasons We Still Love Breaking Bad’s Walter White


It’s Breaking Bad’s final half-season. We’re about to catch up with the show’s troubled, troubling hero. Here’s why you still want him to come out on top.