Do you like sweet yogurt? You might want to read this.
It’s not only about what you eat — it’s also about how you use that food.
Intelligent behavior emerging from a group of relatively unintelligent organisms.
A new study confirms something that, at a basic level, seems pretty clear: if you eat unhealthy foods, you’re more likely to be unhealthy. In particular, you’re more likely to develop cancer. Bad food, good labels The connection between nutrition and risk of cancer remains a complex and intricate topic. Sure, it’s clear that good foods are better than bad
Go Cali, go!
It sounds a lot like wishful thinking.
This is a growing problem which needs to be addressed as soon as possible — otherwise, we all lose out.
Several countries are already doing it.
Ceres just got a heck of a lot more interesting to researchers.
Very Renaissance-y, I love it!
Finally, people are ditching DST.
Not ony are they very precise, but they’re also very decisive.
Very Not Good™.
Dragonflies have been around for 200 million years, long before humans stepped in. They also feature intricate wing patterns, which humans are now studying using an algorithm.
A welcomed policy that will save thousands of lives.
The retina changes both software and hardware components to see better in the dark.
The chances of it happening are pretty slim though.
Sometimes it pays to be the smallest fish in the pond.
An understudied phenomenon may double the amount of methane released into the atmosphere by the thawing Arctic permafrost.