Study Says Men Who Take Psychedelics Are Less Likely to Be Violent Partners
Researchers found men who tripped were half as likely to hurt a significant other, and “emotional regulation” may play a role.
This Neuroscientist Wants Researchers to Study More Female Brains
Most non-human test subjects are male. Aarthi Gobinath wants to change that.
This Huge Telescope is Built Like A Halfpipe and Hunts for Dark Energy
Dark energy is driving the accelerating expansion of the universe. No one knows what it is.
This Study Found Another Clue to Stopping Coke Addiction Before It Starts
The downside is, it’s mostly genetic.
A Fin Whale's Weird 'Stretchy Nerves' Mean It Could Eat a Schoolbus For Lunch
In order to feed, these whales need to open their mouths really, really wide.
New Study Finds 13% of Festival Deaths Worldwide Caused by Alcohol and Drugs
Looking at fatalities between 1999 and 2014, the report recommends organizers make drug-testing kits more widely available.
Climate Change Might Be Messing Up Volcanoes’ Planet-Cooling Powers
Volcanoes spew ash into the stratosphere that reflects back some sunlight.
Your Smartphone Is Being Secretly Accessed—By Your Friends and Family
31 percent of respondents in a survey snooped in the past year.
This 22-Year-Old Found Four New Planets, Including a ‘Warm Neptune’
One planet could conceivably host a moon with life.
Could Psychedelic Drugs Help Keep Ex-Inmates Out Of Jail?
A new study suggests that mushrooms and LSD might reduce domestic violence.
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Teaching Consent with Emojis May Seem Desperate, But It's Probably Neccessary
The campaign veers uncomfortably close to “Playboy Feminism,” by trying too hard to make consent sexy.
This Insane Blood Clotting Drug Propels Itself into the Most Serious Wounds
Like an antacid tablet dropped in water.