A recent experiment draws out the potential benefits of doodling.
Chaotic environments such as messy kitchens can cause stress, which can then lead us to over-snack on calorific treats – twice as many cookies according to this study!
Touching a robot’s bottom triggers an unconscious emotional reaction – suggesting we respond to humanoid robots as if they are people, not computers.
Feeling guilty about spending your precious time playing games online? Feel guilt no more. Find out why in this article.
For the first time, Glasgow Science Festival has worked in partnership with the Department of Philosophy at the University of Glasgow to bring us ‘The Value of Suffering’. Suffering is defined as the state...
Two astronomers and a clinical psychologist walk into a cinema… Glasgow Film Theatre was the venue for a special Glasgow Science Festival screening of Duncan Jones’ 2009 sci-fi film Moon, where protagonist Sam Bell...
Skittles™ brand their product “taste the rainbow,” but have you ever wondered what a rainbow tastes like? One way to find out would be to ask a synaesthete.
It is estimated that more than 800,000 individuals die globally each year as a result of suicide and for those aged 15-29 years old, suicide is the second leading worldwide cause of death after road traffic accidents