Positivity and Negativity Affect What Parts of the Brain We Use to Judge Situations
May 9, 2016
A presidential campaign is a spectacle of human nature unlike any other, and the 2016 primary race has not disappointed.
Planet 9 from Outer Space!
May 9, 2016
From the man who killed Pluto comes another tale of darkness, mystery and heretofore-uncharted territory in the outer reaches of our solar system...
...It’s "Planet 9 From Outer Space!" Maybe...
California Institute of Technology planetary scientist Mike Brown, who led the charge to strip Pluto of its identity as a planet, now aims to name a new planet the ninth in our solar system.
UNC-Chapel Hill Solves 50-Year-Old Nuclear Waste Puzzle
April 22, 2016
The topic of nuclear power as an energy source is one that can stir up emotions. Some see it as a clean energy source for the future, which as more research and a few major discoveries have shown, provides potentially limitless greenhouse gas-free energy. Others see it as a danger, with the potential for large-scale disasters like the ones at Fukushima and Chernobyl, and the potential to create toxic, radioactive waste.
How the Ankylosaurus Got Its Signature Tail-Club
December 3, 2015
Voters Tend to Favor Candidates with Lower-Pitched Voices
September 29, 2015
Nature, Nurture, Feast, Famine and Nematodes
August 10, 2015
Silver Secret Weapon
July 31, 2015