A new coffee trend has hit the market, promising a massive increase in cognitive function. We would be excited, but we’ve been disappointed before. I’m looking at you, Mr Avolatte.
Ada Lovelace was a woman two centuries before her time, pioneering the science behind whatever it is you’re reading this on. The true motherboard of computer science.
Despite the accepted narrative that this generation is particularly athiest, the majority actually believe in heaven, and often contemplate their lives after death.
The question of coffee is always a ‘when’ as opposed to an ‘if’. But when is the best time to give into our cocoa lover?
The “Baby Shark” phenomenon is one that cannot be hunted to extinction. But how accurate is it from a scientific standpoint? One expert decided to break it down. “Baby Shark” is a vicious earworm loosed upon the world, one that burrows into our minds, forcing us to impulsively babble Doo doo, da-doo da-doo doo doo long…
We use the sexy selfie is that it is a means to snag a mate, right? Well, according to a new study, we’re very much mistaken.
As measles continues to spread across continental Europe, one group of “experts” are thrilled. Luckily, they’ve done their research.
To some of us, our routine is everything. To others, it is slowly killing us. However, the science behind it will blow your tiny mind. It involves yoghurt.
While the Great Barrier Reef is currently subject to questionable political influence, this is nothing new. For as long as it’s been there, we’ve used it as a tool.
We’ve all toyed with the idea of learning a new language or business plan in our sleep. However, a new study thinks that we’re doomed to fail. Killjoys.
Going to the dentist is not fun. However, one high-tech space is looking to improve the experience in the future. Yeah, right.
Apparently, Neil deGrasse Tyson’s petition to reinstate Pluto as a planet came soon after we discovered the details of one rather drunken night out.
We love to hate Nickelback. But why? This week, the insane minds of Sci-gasm delve into the culture of public opinion and the means scientists use to measure our collective hate.
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.
People of science recently created an algorithm that identifies when the subject has had enough coffee. They’re also under the employ of the US military. How dare you invade our brunches.
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!
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.
In an industry-wide study, the majority of naturopaths and chiropractors still believe that they’re doctors. Nope.
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.