The myth busting continues, how much of our brain do we use?
Eating at a certain time could help align an out-of-sync body clock.
We explain what game theory is and do a little experiment of our own...
In 2015, the "tears of joy" emoji made it into the Oxford Dictionary as the Word of the Year... But are...
Could the language you speak affect the amount you smoke? Or how much you save for your pension?
Popularity isn't just by chance - there's science behind it.
Vaping seems to be safer than smoking, but is it causing more teenagers to take up the habit?
This is a mental illness often associated with teenage girls but new research suggests otherwise.
Is laughter really good for you?
Can a computer learn to crack jokes?
What is guaranteed to get a baby chuckling?
Laughter is a big part of the way we interact, but why?
Why laughing is good for your mind, body and soul.
What constitutes a "good" dance?
We discuss the science of snowflakes...
Indira Raman offers her perspective on being a scientist who is a woman...
The rubber hand illusion and feelings of disembodiment...
How are Eurasian jays teaching us about what it means to be human?
What does a marmot have to do with the shower scene in psycho?
Why do people pay money to be scared?
How do we learn which things to be afraid us, and how does this relate to horror films?
How do you train a student in all the skills required to be a fantastic doctor?
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?