During my visit home to the States last month, I experienced amusing linguistic slip-ups. My mother is a native Vietnamese speaker, and every time one of her friends tried to make conversation with...
Category: Life Sciences
“Good boy!” we’ve all exclaimed dotingly into the face of some amiable, glossy-eyed tetrapod that’s just retrieved its soggy tennis ball. We vow that dogs understand our baby-talk, sense our distress, and miss...
Join Hazel in letting your mind wander into the How and Why of daydreaming, and find out why the Default Mode Network is a name to remember.
We all know that there is some hidden mechanism that lets us picture images, play sounds, and sense touch in our heads, a mechanism that we call consciousness. What if such an abstract process could be explained by science? Mauro explains our current understanding on this issue.
In 2022, scientists now have the most complete genome of Homo sapiens in history. How did we get here? Jennifer investigates.
Swipe right for a fun and flirty insect that vibrates to attract attention 😉
The science behind our mundane world is anything but – see the world in a different way, as Hazel takes you on a tour of the science of the everyday.
The scientific community has recently experienced a breakthrough – the first fully sequenced human genome!