Science

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Israeli Scientists Just Created the World's First 3D-Printed Heart

What a time to be alive.
Shamani Joshi
4.17.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Skrillex’s Music Can be Used as Mosquito Repellent, Study Finds

Researchers observed mosquitoes sucked less blood and had less sex when exposed to the song 'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.'
Gavin Butler
4.2.19
Weed

Smoking Weed Before Sex Can Lead to Better Orgasms for Women, Study Finds

It can also improve women's sex drives and help them feel less pain during sex.
Dhvani Solani
3.25.19
Science

This Scientist Is Letting an Insect Grow in Him as a Rite of Passage

"It's kind of weird. You can feel it moving around so I joke to my wife that 'it's kicking, it's kicking,' like it's a baby inside of me."
Mack Lamoureux
3.22.19
Interviews

We Talked to a Researcher About Why Women Are Attracted to DILFs

A Canadian study has researched the little-explored territory of ‘dads I’d like to fuck.’
Tiffy Thompson
3.11.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

What Near-Death Experiences Might Tell Us About the Brain

"It can generate a sense of detachment from the body and the self and, at higher doses, a full-blown dissociative experience."
VICE Staff
2.20.19
Culture

Why Does the Sun Make Some People Sneeze?

A little girl's drawing on Reddit sheds light on why some people react to sunlight with and "ACHOO!"
Beckett Mufson
1.24.19
Culture

Neil DeGrasse Tyson Is Canceled (for Now) Amid His #MeToo Reckoning

Nat Geo is doing the right thing by investigating, but it's coming pretty late.
Kara Weisenstein
1.4.19
ALIENS

We Talked to the Doctor Who Treats People Who Think They've Been Abducted by Aliens

Nicholas Dumont is the go-to psychologist for people who are certain they've met aliens.
Paul Douard
12.4.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

This Chinese Researcher Says the First CRISPR Babies Are Here

But the validity of the claim is up for debate.
VICE Staff
11.28.18
Science

People in Cold Places Drink More, Study Finds

“Alcohol is a vasodilator—meaning it increases the flow of warm blood to the skin. Booze quite literally makes you feel warmer."
Mack Lamoureux
11.26.18
Science

Super Empaths Are Real, Says Study

New research has suggested that 1 to 2 percent of the population struggle to differentiate between their own bodily feelings and other people's.
Hannah Ewens
11.8.18
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