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2. Boost Your Nap With Coffee

You may well have heard of the coffee nap phenomenon by now, but do you know <i>why</i> it works? Okay, firstly, for those who haven't heard of a coffee nap, …

Sleep

Israel to cooperate with Iran, other Mideast powers on accelerator machine

Cooperation on accelerator machine with Iranian, Turkish, Egyptian, Pakistani and Palestinian researchers starts next year.<p>><br>• ><p>Israel and Iran flags. …

Middle East

The science of the dating show

<b>Q: The altar scenes in Married at First Sight are clearly very stressful for the participants. In terms of brain chemistry, what's happening at that</b> …

Relationships

This Scientist Was Almost Jailed For Knowingly Publishing Fraudulent Data

He’s just been charged with 17 counts of fraud.<p>We'd all like to think that science around the world is being carried out by good, honest, …

Multiple Sclerosis

Climate change is for, and against, the birds, say scientists

A new study shows that climate change is linked to population increases of some bird species and declines of others.<p>Use of the phrase "going south …

Burns

Is breakfast really the most important meal? Scientists sort fact from myth

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – really?<p>Maybe not as important as people say, according to the latest results from a three-year …

'For Allah' Inscription Found on Viking Era Ring

Ancient tales about Viking expeditions to Islamic countries had some elements of truth, according to recent analysis of a ring recovered from a 9th …

New research investigates the benefits of walnuts on age-related health issues

Experimental Biology 2016 presents new abstracts on walnut consumption and healthy aging, as well as gut health, hunger and satiety, and metabolic …

Holistic Medicine

How Long Does Sex Normally Last?

If you’re a non-scientist, you might have once asked yourself, propped against the bedhead after disappointingly quick intercourse, how long does sex …

Mysterious chimpanzee behaviour could prove they believe in God, according to scientists

New footage of ritual behaviour by chimpanzees, taken and analysed by researchers, shows they may be engaging in spiritual practices - and could even believe in God.<p>West African chimpanzees have been captured on camera throwing rocks into holes in trees and engaging in other bizarre behaviour, …

Part human, part virus - what do we really know about DNA?

For all our progress, the mechanisms of life remain stubbornly elusive.<p>Biology continues to surprise us at every turn. In the past half-century, …

This Is Your Brain on Nature

When we get closer to nature—be it untouched wilderness or a backyard tree—we do our overstressed brains a favor.<p><b>When you head out</b> to the desert, David Strayer is the kind of man you want behind the wheel. He never texts or talks on the phone while driving. He doesn’t even approve of eating in the …

What It's Like To Be An Adult Virgin, According To Science

New research published in <i>The Journal of Sex Research</i> has some disappointing news for a specific, sexual minority among us. Researchers found that …

Sexuality

The 'next Einstein'? She's from Africa

<b>Back in 2008, South African physicist Neil Turok gave a speech in which he declared his wish that the next Einstein would be from Africa.</b><p>It was a rallying call for investment in maths and physics research in Africa. The "Next Einstein" slogan became a mission for the organisation Neil Turok had …

Africa

How to tell if other people think you’re hot, according to science

One of the most pressing and mysterious questions for humans, the self-centered beings that we are, is what other people think about us. We expend a huge amount of time and mental energy wondering if our date finds us attractive, or if our co-workers noticed that stupid thing we said in the meeting …

Psychology

Can a Living Creature Be as Big as a Galaxy? - Issue 34: Adaptation

The size of things in our universe runs all the way from the tiny 10-19 meter scale that characterizes quark interactions, to the cosmic horizon 1026 …

Blue Mountains

Why Stress Is Actually Good For Us—and How to Get Good At It

It’s been drilled into all of us since childhood: Stress is at the root of every modern-day ailment, it’s the primary culprit for all feelings of …

Psychology

Humans Evolved to Believe In God, This Theory Argues

More than eight in ten people worldwide believe in some form of religion.<p>More than eight in ten people worldwide have some sort of religious belief, according to a Pew Research Center study. Approximately one third of those people are Christian.<p>Even though the percentage of people who identify as …

Pew Research Center

Facts About Donkeys

Donkeys, also called burros and asses, are found throughout the world. They are members of the Equidae family, which also includes horses and zebras. …

University of Michigan

This Tiny Frog Is the World’s Most Poisonous Animal

The golden poison dart frog is a very deceptive creature – despite its tiny two-inch frame, it happens to be the most poisonous creature on Earth. A …

What if The FBI Tried to Crack an Android Phone? We Attacked One to Find Out

Scary.<p><i>This article was written by William Enck and Adwait Nadkarni from North Carolina State University, and was originally published by The</i> …

San Bernardino

Science Explains How Spending Time In Nature Boosts Kindness And Generosity

According to research that has taken place in Japan, Finland and Texas, people who took walks or were shown images of nature were found to have a …

Scientists figured out how to steal any 3D printed product just from the sounds the printer makes

If your company uses 3D printing for anything confidential or sensitive, it might be time to invest in some soundproofing.<p>Sometime in the future, everything is going to be 3D printed at a moment’s notice. Need a new pair of glasses, a taco, or some painkillers? Just print them out and wait a little …

3D Printing

Science proves that people who correct typos and grammar are usually jerks

We all suspected it, but now we finaly have the empiricial proof - grammar nazis are assholes. Researchers at the university of michigan have drilled …

Linguistics

People Who Constantly Point Out Grammar Mistakes Are Pretty Much Jerks, Scientists Find

But you probably already knew that.<p>Scientists have found that people who constantly get bothered by grammatical errors online have "less agreeable" …

Psychology

Science can help explain why too little sleep makes us so emotional

If you’ve ever tossed and turned at 3am, you can probably attest to the fact that sleepless nights lead to bad mornings. Every minor mishap seems to set you off. You might snap at your spouse for forgetting to buy coffee filters, respond brusquely to a well-meaning co-worker, or blink back hot …

Psychology

How Many Of Google's Banned Interview Questions Can You Answer?

Google has a fabled history of asking some ridiculously out-the-box questions and brain teasers at their interviews. In fact, as reported back in …

Employment