University of Oxford
For the past 25 years, scientists have struggled to explain how large and unexpected waves are created.
A new report from researchers at the Future of Humanity Institute reworked the Drake equation to include scientific uncertainty and found there’s a pretty good chance we’re the only intelligent life in the universe.
Oxford researchers have redesigned stores to encourage shoppers to buy more greens and less red meat.
Scientists at Cancer Research UK are developing a drink filled with oxygen bubbles that could make tumors more receptive to radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Apparently having a massive crew is akin to doing morphine.
According to new research from exercise physiology researchers at the University of Hertfordshire, you may not need to swallow sports drinks to get their promised energy boost. Swilling the liquid around your mouth could be just as effective.
Turn up the music, use some comically big spoons, and please pass the heavy cutlery. I’m ready to eat.
According to a study published in Food Quality and Preference, dishes arranged in an upwards triangle shape are most appealing and can impact how much we’re willing to spend on food.