Laughter is a big part of the way we interact, but why?
Can you use science to get a date?
What constitutes a "good" dance?
The size and nutritional content of meals influences how sleepy a fly feels afterwards...
What do they all have in common? They light up the same pathways in the brain...
A new technique could make it easier, and less traumatic, to get over phobias.
Could our navigation technology actually be getting in the way of looking where we are going?
How does your brain help you get around familiar environments?
Indira Raman offers her perspective on being a scientist who is a woman...
The rubber hand illusion and feelings of disembodiment...
Do scientists have a place in Hollywood?
Why does the theme from Jaws leave us quaking, and what makes the Psycho soundtrack so scary?
Why do people pay money to be scared?
What tricks do horror movies use to frighten us?
How do we learn which things to be afraid us, and how does this relate to horror films?
Exploring the neuroscience of the cocktail party effect: why poor listeners pay less attention
It's a weel know fact, sugar makes kids go round the bend. But is it really true?
The disease was discovered over 100 years ago, so what do we now know about it?
If we know tau tangles and amyloid plaques are the cause of Alzheimer’s, why can’t we just blitz them?
Early trials of aducanumab show the drug destroying amyloid but there are other drugs that have reached this stage and...
Could we stop the clumping of plaques and tangles in the first place?
Although all this research sounds promising, drug development takes time. So what can we do about it now?
What did Sophie Scott discover when she made voice actors get in her brain scanner?
Big Bang Theory's Dr Mayim Bialik speaks about her years as a voice actor.