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Journalists often hype the most alarming aspects of the news. In the process they sometimes create and reinforce common fears that far exceed the actual danger.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: David Ropeik | Thursday, May 28, 2015
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Businesses can still take lessons from our more holistic understanding of what a customer is, explains Proctor and Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Victoria Rachel Montgomery Brown | Thursday, May 28, 2015
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Offspring with mothers who suffered from postpartum depression react to stress far more severely than those without such mothers. Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Monica Joshi | Thursday, May 28, 2015
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Portugal is Europe's face? Only in a Pessoa poem. And on this map.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Frank Jacobs | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Most people seem to believe MSG is bad for you. In fact, it is far more likely to be good for youRead More...
From: Big Think | By: Simon Oxenham | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Researchers say the duration, mode of transportation, and destination, all factor into how much commuting a person can take before they begin to burnout and resent their jobs.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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New research from the University of British Columbia has shown that racial stereotypes affect our expectations of what a person sounds like when they speak.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Monica Joshi | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Think you're contributing 110 percent to a project, researchers suggest you may be overclaiming.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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In a bid to preserve records of atmospheric activity, climate scientists are looking to transport ice from the planet's mountainous regions, such as the Alps, all the way to Antarctica.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Orion Jones | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Researchers suggest you may have dropped your old phone on purpose, just so you could justify getting the latest one.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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"We need to go back to the discovery, to posing a question, to having a hypothesis and having kids know that they can discover the answers and can peel away a layer."Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Big Think Editors | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Are you Homo Curiosus or Homo Definitus? Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Jason Gots | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Researchers from the American Chemical Society finally tackle what makes New York City's bagels taste so good--it's all about mixing the right chemical compounds.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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New robot seeks to bring convenience to your life, and can master new tasks on the fly.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Dustin Petzold | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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New research from Dartmouth shows that obese teens more susceptible to food commercials than non-food commercials compared to their healthy mates. Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Monica Joshi | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Alas science does not operate outside the human realm, but as an extension of our natural capabilities — the good as well as the bad ones.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Orion Jones | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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"I would like to be remembered as someone who was not afraid to do what she wanted to do, and as someone who took risks along the way in order to achieve her goals."Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Big Think Editors | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Currently, scientists and physicians have a limited understanding of the complex issue of pain and how to treat it. Pain or numbness is perceived by the brain using signals sent by the peripheral nervous system and it is hard to determine how a person’s...
From: Big Think | By: Teodora Zareva | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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The world's first ever electronic multi-state memory cell mirrors the brain's ability to simultaneously process and store multiple strands of information. Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Monica Joshi | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Researchers delve into Facebook, looking into what our status updates say about our personalities.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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How many cumulative hours have you wasted waiting for your chat partner to respond to you? A new program created by an MIT PhD student offers an opportunity to make your instant message intermissions as productive as possible.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Birds can differentiate empty peanut shells from full ones - without even cracking them open.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Dustin Petzold | Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Mavens are defined as experts in their field, and identifying them can help businesses innovate and grow. So, researchers have developed a test to figure out whether someone is a maven.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Monday, May 25, 2015
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