The sense of sudden liberation that could push you to do something crazy; the worry that you might be acting outlandishly; a flooding of goodwill through the veins that makes you want to hug strangers.
Scientists in the US have accurately reconstructed images of human faces by monitoring the responses of monkey brain cells. The brains of primates can resolve different faces with remarkable speed and
Brain activity in people who’ve taken psychedelics like LSD shows what might be 'heightened consciousness'
Is there anything psychedelic drugs can't do? A recent wave of scientific scrutiny has revealed that they can elicit "spiritual" experiences, alleviate end-of-life angst, and perhaps treat depression—
During its F8 Developers Conference in San Jose, California this week, social media company Facebook revealed an ongoing project in which it aims to launch a product that will allow users to send emails,
Desks have long been the home of the mind: an intimate space where you figure out what you think. Desk spaces have changed through the years to accommodate different styles and types of work, and the trend
Some babies won’t sleep unless they get a nighttime cruise around the neighborhood, as many parents (my own included) can attest. That’s why Ford’s latest creation isn’t a car at all – it’s a small cot
A multiple sclerosis treatment which "resets" the immune system has been found to "freeze" progression of the disease in nearly half of patients, according to scientists. A study led by Imperial College
Bosses at some of the world’s most innovative companies, including BAE Systems, Siemens, Philips and Bayer, have warned that intellectual property (IP) is being neglected by the business world, despite
CES is many things to many people. For the most part, it's the grease that keeps the mechanics of technology running for the rest of the year. For some, though, it's a veritable treasure trove of potential
Facebook CEO’s ‘personal challenge’ to have visited and met people in every state is latest move that indicates his intention to pursue government service Mark Zuckerberg has given more weight to the that
Everyone has an age they remember where everything they did just seemed to go right, but that might not be a coincidence. Through a number of studies, scientists have concluded that these are the ages
Scientists have discovered why we wake up stiff in the morning - because our body's natural ibuprofen has not kicked in yet. Researchers revealed the reason our limbs can feel rigid and achy when we rise
Please excuse us, we have a lunch date with a chocolate bar. Chocoholics have one more reason to justify their habit, thanks to new research reported by the American Heart Association. Researchers have