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Opportunity in collapse: the horizon of the post-apocalyptic

How often do you publish?<p>We constantly publish web content and release thematic issues several times per year. The exact amount depends on how much …

The scientific case for doodling while taking notes

When I was in grade school, I doodled in class. I got in trouble for it sometimes, because drawing in class can look a lot like goofing off and daydreaming. What I never managed to explain to my teachers is that my abstract swirls and shapes helped me repeat almost word-for-word the lesson I’d …

Note-Taking

Your biological age depends upon your genetic code, not the passage of years. It is a much better indicator of your overall health.

In a study published in the journal <i>Molecular Cell</i>, researchers discovered rapid aging in HIV patients. Biologist Trey Ideker and his team at the …

Genetics

Study: religious people not as smart while atheists closer to psychopaths

<b>Science and religion are fighting it out in your brain</b>, <b>not just in a metaphorical sense, but in a real, physical altercation.</b> That’s the conclusion …

You've Been Pouring Champagne the Wrong Way This Whole Time

This mistake is a legit buzzkill.<p>So you've managed to uncork that bottle of New Year's champagne without injuring your guests, losing the fizz, or spilling it all over the floor. But your job isn't over yet.<p>According to a study released by the American Chemical Society, <i>how</i> you pour that bottle of …

7 Powerful Tips To Supercharge Your Goals | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

<i>You can take a masters degree at a leading university and never receive a single hour of instruction on goal setting and goal achieving. Fortunately,</i> …

Motivation

Army Veteran Praised As A Hero In Oregon College Shooting

Chris Mintz was shot multiple times by a gunman at an Oregon community college Thursday, and now he's being called a hero, after it emerged that Mintz ran at the attacker and tried to block the door to a classroom and protect his classmates. Mintz is now recovering from surgery.<p>"I just hope that …

Veterans

CRISPR, the fancy new technology that lets people edit genes, could have an unprecedented and horrific consequence

The method, known as CRISPR, holds the potential to fix genetic defects that cause disease in humans. And researchers are also experimenting with tweaking the genes of other animals. For example, you could modify mosquitoes to prevent them from spreading horrific diseases like malaria and dengue …

Genetics