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Why Women Make Noise During Sex

  Male ejaculation is influenced by female sex noises If you are convinced you always make the ladies scream out of pleasure in bed, you may...

Quantum Mechanics Might Be Responsible for Mutations 

In living beings, the information to build proteins, and therefore tissue and organs is coded in a sequence of molecules —nicknamed with the letters...

What Did Viking Music Sound Like?

Did the Vikings have music? The Germanic Scandinavians of the Viking Age (c. 793-1066), often called “Vikings” for the part of their population that went...

The Other Side of the Universe

Grab a book. Notice its length, width and thickness. They correspond, respectively, to the three dimensions of space and, we reasonably assume, to all...

Sunflowers, Cleaners of Nuclear Disasters  

Since the development of nuclear power, we face the delicate balance between its smart usage and the threat it poses not only to humanity,...

The Outer Limits Of Human Reproduction

Ethical considerations play an important role in the research direction of reproductive technologies. One important ethical guideline regarding any new technology is summed up...

Did Mars Ever Look Like Earth?

Today, Mars is a cold desert planet, more closely resembling Arrakis in the sci-fi story Dune than to the Earth. But how was it...

Artificial Intelligence Learned to Paint Like Rembrandt

When you stare at The Night Watch, one of the most famous Dutch Golden Age paintings, you can feel something is missing. If you...

A New Study Questions the Effectiveness of Forests to Combat Climate Change

Researchers found that current models relying on trees to decarbonize the atmosphere overestimate the potential of trees' CO2 sequestration. These findings claimed that using...

Einstein’s General Relativity Time Dilation Confirmed at Unprecedented Scale

For nearly a century, theoretical physicists have struggled to reconcile Einstein's general relativity with quantum field theory, the framework describing subatomic particles and their...

Scientists Discover A New Species Of “Orange And Black” Bats

A new dichromatic species of bats have been found in West Africa. The Myotis nimbaensis, first spotted in 2018, belongs to the Myotis genus,...

The Science Behind Falling in Love

Cupid's Arrow strikes suddenly and unexpectedly. Starry eyes, butterflies fluttering in the stomach, sleeplessness, and overwhelming joy. We fall in love. And the real...

Magnetic Brain Stimulation Can Boost Our Memory

We remember things, words, and experiences from the past with the help of our memory. Episodic memory, damaged in some dementias and neuropathologies, stores...

Promising Research Detecting Ovarian Cancer Using Cervical Cells

Epithelial ovarian cancer has been identified as the most prevalent type of ovarian cancer. It generally affects the epithelial tissue, which refers to a...

Researchers Create Chemicals With a Carbon-Negative Footprint From Bacteria

A study released in Nature Biotechnology describes a method for carbon-negative manufacturing of chemicals at a large scale using microbes instead of petroleum and...