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Is Your Morning Coffee Still Safe to Drink in the Afternoon?

<i>Learn about old coffee in all its forms—this is a safe space.</i><p>It happens every afternoon: Around 4 o'clock, I start to fade and begin considering my caffeine options, always landing on the abandoned, half-consumed coffee at my desk. Every morning, I brew a cup, put a splash of milk in it, take a sip …

Wisconsin's Sunflower Days

Sunflowers are quite possibly the world's cheeriest flower. With their large vibrant yellow petals, they look much like a bright smiling sun. Feeling blue? Then perhaps you should consider standing in a field of ½ million sunflowers. It's like injecting yourself with an oversized dose of optimism. …

Wisconsin

This Magic Glass Could Make Your House Cooler–Literally

A new kind of glass has a “cool” mode to help lower your A/C bills by blocking out heat-creating UV light.<p>On a sunny day, even an air-conditioned building can be too warm. A predominate factor is simply your windows, which let in heat in the form of invisible ultra-violet light even if they’re …

Clean Energy

Best places to travel in November 2015

Choose to travel in November and you’re in for a treat – this penultimate month is packed with quirky festivals, sporting events and wondrous wildlife-spotting opportunities.<p>Don your cowboy boots and indulge in a little gaucho culture in Argentina; stand in awe of nature’s marvels in autumnal Japan …

Travel

This Frog Uses Its Spiky Face to Deliver a Venomous Headbutt

When Carlos Jared was first ‘stung’ by the venomous face of the Greening’s frog, he didn’t realise what had happened. He had picked up one of the small creatures, and it started thrashing about as if trying to headbutt his hand. At first, it felt like being abraded by rough sandpaper. Then, Jared …

2016 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Car: Quick Drive

While auto-industry insiders, analysts, and tech-savvy early adopters are split on whether a hydrogen infrastructure is viable in the near future, …

Why do we intuitively believe we have free will?

Free will experiments may not explain whether we are in charge of our destinies – but they can nevertheless reveal just how little we know about our own minds, says Tom Stafford.<p>It is perhaps the most famous experiment in neuroscience. In 1983, Benjamin Libet sparked controversy with his …

Consciousness

The diversity dividend: why interdisciplinarity strengthens research

New analysis of interdisciplinary collaboration across the UK research landscape highlights important questions about how we organise, fund and assess research<p>Diversity matters in research. A representative research workforce will maximise the talent pool, and bring the full range of perspectives …

Higher Education

Watson Can Help You Treat Your Diabetes

Through a new partnership with CVS<p>People with diabetes may need emergency care if their sugar levels dip too high or too low; those with heart disease must be rushed to the hospital should they have a cardiac event. Now CVS Pharmacy and IBM’s cognitive computing system Watson have teamed up to …