Here’s how Brainfall came to be and what they’re up to next.
We recently set up a Foldit competition between gamers, undergraduate students, and professional scientists. The winner might surprise you – and offer important possibilities for scientific research.
There’s more going on than just the classic sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch.
As many as half a million concussions in youth go unreported each year. Finding a way to measure whether a hit has occurred on the field is an important way to address these injuries.
The spores of club moss, also known as lycopodium powder, allow you to stick your hand in water and come out completely dry. They are also highly flammable.
Too busy to work out? Not anymore.
Why do we kill the passionate few in our quest to fit in?
His diagnosis made him different … and annoying. But years later, I realize what a blessing he is.
Golfers are always trying to out do one another, usually with high-tech clubs or a nice polo shirt. This, however, is a next level way to show off.
Who’s making the decisions around here?
The Peel P50 is the smallest production car in the world.
Last month’s Reason Rally in DC hosted secular humanists’ favorite Bill Nye who had these words of wisdom.
Russian dudes hold grass against a radio tower and are able to hear music.
Crushing a million LEGO bricks with an industrial press wouldn’t make up for all the times we’ve stepped on them in the dark. But it’s a good start.
The science of PMS, and offers some advice for men on how to be more compassionate to their partners during this time.
This infographic shows the acupressure points on the human foot, check it out!