7:30 am, June 12th | by Weiyu Li
We don’t hate it.
6:30 pm, March 14th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, physicists believe that they may have found a Higgs Boson, “the elusive subatomic speck sometimes called the ‘God particle.’” Since this blows my mind far more than I am comfortable with, I don’t have much to say other than, “Daaaaaaaaamn!”
3:30 pm, February 12th | by Colette McIntyre
Imagine this: you’re a man out to buy a Valentine’s Day gift for your girlfriend and you decided to bring along your good friend The Daily Mail for some company and advice. You and The Daily Mail have been friends for awhile now — you met while trying out for your school’s water polo team (which the Mail didn’t make since he punched the captain) and while he can be sort of a jerk sometimes, he seems to know a lot about the ladies.
4:30 pm, January 14th | by Colette McIntyre
Thank your local salon owner: as the popularity of Brazilian waxes and other hair-removal procedures increase, pubic lice (also known as crab lice) populations are diminishing. To the scientists who have had to explain to their mothers/labmates/bar hotties that they spend their time researching crabs and waxing trends: thank you and we’re sorry.
12:30 pm, October 10th | by Sarah Devlin
Perhaps you are already an expert in careers in the sciences, but we suspect that there are plenty of organizations doing groundbreaking work in the sciences that most people have never heard of. Here are ten women with awesome jobs in a range of fields, proving that making a living as a scientist doesn’t have to be about being stuck in a lab.
12:30 pm, September 28th | by Cass Daubenspeck
The debate about whether or not money buys happiness is subjective, but Science is making an effort to change that. The newest report from Proceedings of the National Academy of Science claims that “among leaders, lower stress levels go hand in hand with greater rank and power.” Hm…could there be a common variable among all those leaders?