The device uses electric pulses to suppress hunger to help obese adults who have had difficulty losing weight independently
There’s a reason those New Year’s resolutions to go to the gym more often are so hard to keep
Biomimicry allows scientists to take a page out of nature’s playbook
Scientists in Japan have created an inorganic material that mimics our own cartilage
The Mountain Pine Beetle kills trees and paints them blue from Mexico to Canada
An op-ed in the New York Times argues sexism in academia is over, but it's off the mark.
Insects are highly nutritious and easy on the environment; could they be the next super food?
WikiMusical, a satire of the digital age, brought some good ol’ fashioned geek to this summer’s New York Musical Theatre Festival.
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The Turing test doesn’t measure a computer’s intelligence, but it does say something about its usefulness — here’s how.
Roses are red, Violets are blue, Science is awesome And so are you! Here’s a list of the top 11 Scienceline articles to send your sweetie for Valentine’s Day.
Scienceline gets (slightly) more tech-savvy
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The Bane of Frat Boys Everywhere
Keeping up with New York City's feathered underdogs
Nike launches new FuelBand digital wristband to make every movement count
Nerd gifts and changing times
Sounds like Science rounds up the coolest sound links this week
Breaking down traditional Chinese medicine