The sexual abuse scandal currently embroiling media mogul Harvey Weinstein has stunned the United States, with Hollywood and the fashion ...
Virginia García Beaudoux
Thu, 19 Oct 17
Electrical stimulation can quickly—and reversibly—increase or decrease executive function in healthy people and change their behavior, research suggests.
Barbara Moran
Wed, 18 Oct 17
Demands to regulate hi-tech companies like Google, Facebook and Apple are being heard at deafening pitch almost every day. This ...
George Brock
Wed, 18 Oct 17
Education systems use IQ tests to help identify children for special education and gifted education programmes and to offer extra ...
Daphne Martschenko
Tue, 17 Oct 17
Natural disasters are becoming more frequent and intense. Recent hurricanes, floods, bushfires and earthquakes have highlighted the significant potential for ...
Elizabeth Newnham, Rex Pui-kin Lam, Satchit Balsari
Tue, 17 Oct 17
Hachi.Tech
More people than ever now work from home for part or all of the week. Such flexibility can seem a ...
Sue Kegerreis
Tue, 17 Oct 17
And so a certain famous contracter used to proclaim, “and some say Batam!” This line is a reflection of the ...
Morgan Awyong
Mon, 16 Oct 17
North Korean defectors don’t have an easy time when they try to get away from North Korea, both on a ...
Colin Fredericson
Mon, 16 Oct 17
Based on those few sentences, a Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland recently decided in Re Nichol that the ...
Brendan Gogarty
Mon, 16 Oct 17
Rivalry can make us take more risks, new research suggests.
University of Arizona
Mon, 16 Oct 17
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Researchers have developed a game designed to help players plan for end-of-life care in advance.
Katie Bohn
Fri, 13 Oct 17
In July, a group of long-time, mostly Latino residents of Los Angeles’s Boyle Heights neighborhood staged protests outside a trendy ...
Jonathan Wynn, Andrew Deener
Fri, 13 Oct 17
What is something worth? How do you put a dollar value on something like a river, a forest or a ...
Heather Keith, David Lindenmayer, Michael Vardon
Thu, 12 Oct 17
Tone of voice—not facial expressions—may be the best way to figure out what someone is feeling.
Yale University
Thu, 12 Oct 17