Marissa Shieh Science You actually can buy happiness—by buying time Having someone come clean your bathroom? $40. Having more time? Priceless. By Marissa Shieh posted Jul 26th, 2017 Feeling crunched for time? Consider paying someone to do your laundry, grocery shopping, or any other time-sucking chore. It may make you happier. Ask Us Anything Is it possible to sneeze while you are sleeping? We might be too deep in our slumber to do so. By Marissa Shieh posted Jul 25th, 2017 Our brains make it so that we can't sneeze while we sleep. Read on. Science Sniffing insulin might help people eat less No junk food is safe. By Marissa Shieh posted Jul 20th, 2017 What if a nasal spray could make food look less appetizing? According to a new study, an insulin spray has that effect on some people. Read on. Science This ancient one-ton crocodile had steak knives for teeth Rawr. By Marissa Shieh posted Jul 17th, 2017 Meet the Razanandrongobe sakalavae, an ancient crocodile with teeth scarier than a T. rex's. Science A heartless sea creature could help us figure out why humans can't regenerate limbs Starlet sea anemones are great at rebranding. By Marissa Shieh posted Jul 5th, 2017 Biologists have discovered a genetic feedback loop present in humans which may explain why humans cannot regenerate after injuries like starlet sea anemones. Science Scientists use glowing dyes to spot fake whiskey This technique can even identify the drink’s origin, blend, age, and taste. By Marissa Shieh posted Jun 8th, 2017 By adding whiskey to different vials of dyes that glow under black light, we can create unique patterns of fluorescence that identifies the whiskey by origin, blend,… DIY Make instant slushies with supercooling A scientific party trick. By Marissa Shieh posted May 28th, 2017 Water doesn't always freeze at 0°C. Turn this fact into your next party trick by creating supercooled water that turns into ice instantly!