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Using A Sexy Video Game Avatar Makes Women Objectify Themselves
Playing a video game as a sexy, crop-topped avatar made women more likely to accept rape myths like "most rape victims are promiscuous."
Turn A Heart On And Off With The Flick Of A Switch
Stanford scientists are working on a light-controlled pacemaker.
Global Warming Update: Record Heat Is 4 Times More Likely Now Than In Pre-Industrial Times
Ugh, global warming.
Why Some Words Sound Fat
Doesn't caramel ice cream sound heavy? Where vowel sounds come from in the mouth influences how we think about a word.
New Nano Structure Is The Thinnest Light-Absorber Ever
Nanosize light-absorbers break records for size and efficiency and could lead to better solar cells.
Nerd Stereotype Might Drive Women Away From Computer Science
Psychologists at University of Washington reveal the impact of stereotypes on women's interest in computer science.
Stanford’s Artificial Neural Network Is The Biggest Ever
It's 6.5 times bigger than the network Google premiered last year, which has learned to recognize YouTube cats.
Your Brain Makes Its Own Version Of Valium
A Working Transistor Built Out Of DNA Within A Living Cell
We're this close to having a usable biocomputer.
Science Confirms The Obvious: Americans Are Selfish
We're less motivated to do something challenging if it benefits the common good.