The US doesn’t want poor people: concentrated poverty rises for the first time since the ’90s

“One Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Except the poor, lol!” — the honest pledge.

Australia’s new $5 bill is one of the hardest to counterfeit in the world

A stunning new five dollar bill was released by the Australian government.

What separates the wolves from the sheep in the stock market?

“Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy only when others are fearful,” said Warren Buffet, arguably the most astute contemporary investor in the world. Research by Caltech and Virginia Tech backs this sound advice, after delving deep into the investor mind and framework by analyzing stock market behavior at the neurolevel.

Money can’t buy happiness the saying goes; but it does buy a longer life, Harvard replies

The richest American men may live up to 15 years longer than the poorest ones, and the richest women 10 years more than their poorest counterparts, a new study found.

People spend more on climate adaptability to protect capital, not lives

A research team from University College in London has calculated that in the last five years, the ten biggest cities have increased their climate adaptation spending by a quarter. But they also found that it’s capital, not people, that we’re investing the most  to protect. Beyond the moral implications this entails, it also means that poor but highly populated cities and

What happens inside the brain when you think about money

Money. It makes the brain go nuts!

Higher income associated with less sadness, but not more happiness

Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you less sadness – a new study has found that higher income doesn’t really correlate to happiness, but it correlates negatively with sadness.

Poor boys growing up in rich neighbourhoods are more antisocial

Researchers in the UK have found that male children from poor homes growing up in better-off areas are more likely to engage in antisocial behavior. But disadvantaged boys living in areas where three-quarters of the population was poor had the lowest rates of such behaviour. The findings are grim, since they suggest mixed income communities could bear some unforeseen negative consequences, which might outweigh the benefits.

6 Tips to Cut Costs in a Laboratory

Sadly, science – as vastly important as it is – does not have unlimited funding, and the fact of the matter is that the majority of laboratories in operation today have to work with constricted budgets. This may be to attempt to maximise profits, or they may simply have few resources to work with; either way, the outcome is the