While it’s been a big week in world sport, we should recognise the familiar violence that is taken out in its name.
The nerve agent Novichok has returned to the general consciousness, but what exactly is it? How is it treated, and what does it do to our bodies?
Ever wonder why we can’t have nice things? Well, the reason lies inside our heads. Thanks, brain.
The world has been fixated on the flux capacitor since Back to the Future hit our screens. So, it’s we actually made one. Great Scott!
We may hate the sight of them, but over in China, the cockroach is being used to solve problems regarding dinner and illness alike.
It’s a long-running battle we all face. Logic, or intuition? Following your gut feeling might have a bad rap, but the brain is definitely telling us something.
3D printing is an advancement that has infinite implementations. While the current limitations of the tech is crippling progress, someone came up with a genius plan.
The connection between fibre and gut health has long been established. However, one study believes that a high-fibre diet can also combat the flu.
Scientists have discovered not just the physical location of anxiety in the brain, but they’re engineering ways to treat it at the source.
There’s a vast division between the science world and flat-earthers. In an effort to bridge the gap, I attended one of their conventions.
The location of one’s router is massively important in the grand scheme of things. So much so, that one physicist has donated his time to solving the puzzle.
Long have we feared the effects of climate change, but the visual evidence in the Arctic is hard to ignore the truth – it’s already here.
Dropping eye contact with someone mid-conversation is a societal no-no. However, science has driven a rather pointy stick into the heart of that ancient assumption.
The conspiracy theory is a social construct that never seems to go away. However, one study has discovered a very human reason why we cling to these nonsense plots.
In a frankly ridiculous advancement, the memories you hold inside your brain can now be transposed to a digital image.
Recent research suggests that while we subject to heart disease, we’re woefully unprepared to tackle the problem, especially in the next generation.
New sensor technology at hand (or in the jaw) amazingly measures what we pass through our lips. Some believe it could curtail drink driving.
According to recent research talking to your dog in that ridiculous voice actually aids their development. Whoszagoodboyofscienceyesyouare!
According to the findings of a new study, stress actually alters your brain on the most fundamental level. So, lay off, mum.
The modern discourse is in trouble. Instead of protest bringing change, I’ve found that it’s quickly just become a way to hear oneself talk, and facts be damned.
This week, the lads from Sci-gasm decide to figure out how smart our artificial intelligence actually is, so they’ve scheduled an interview. Oh, dear.