Meet the Doctors of Love!
This week, how to hack online dating, the way to maximise your chances on that crucial first date, what makes couples compatible, and the giveaway signs of fertility in the female voice. Plus, in the news, how late-night texting and Facebook-checking is affecting the sleep of young people, the Dutch chimps that now speak Scottish, and why chemistry teachers have a lesson to learn about one of the world’s most popular classroom experiments...
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The House of Commons voted by 382 to 128 to allow
mitochondrial donation through a controversial amendment to
Electronic devices with bright screens could be disrupting the sleep patterns of teenagers...
Would a Scottish chimp and Dutch chimp be able to converse with one another?
How sperm gear themselves up to fertilise an egg is very difficult to study. But now remote controlled sperm shed light on the issue...
Researchers take a red pen to the explanation for one of the most famous school chemistry experiments in which sodium reacts with water...
Do online dating sites really work? Could we use clever
computing to create the ultimate super-profile to help meet
our ideal match?
The way a woman sounds varies with her menstrual cycle and is an unconscious indicator of fertility...
What information is emanating from your armpits and what does it reveal to a potential partner about you?
We explore how maths can define attraction, organise the wedding, and even help maintain love long-term!
Is atttraction for the same sex found in animals too?