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Scientists Develop a New Paper that Swaps Ink for Light and an Eraser with Heat

Sure, we’re moving further into a paperless world. And, yes, we’ve collectively become avid recyclers when it comes to paper. But, as Quartz reports, we can attribute nearly 1 per cent of all carbon emissions yearly to paper production. Thankfully, one researcher at the University of California at Riverside has

How Hot You Are Depends on Who You’re With, According to Science

Here’s something you may want to consider the next time you hit the town. A new study published in the journal Psychological Science reveals that your level of attractiveness varies depending on who you’re with. It all comes down to context and how good-looking your crew is in comparison to you.

Put Down the Gatorade: Somebody Finally Invented Hangover-Free Alcohol

Remember those good ol’ university days? When Thirsty Thursday wasn’t just a bar special, it was a lifestyle. You could party all weekend, and still somehow manage to pull it together for that 8am lecture on Monday. Nowadays, a late Saturday night usually requires a full-day Sunday recovery session. But

There’s a New Key to Healthy Relationships: Energy

We’ve all come across those people who we just don’t vibe with for one reason or another. And then there are those we connect with immediately, whose calm or positive energy uplift us. When it comes to relationships with friends and significant others, one of the key but often overlooked

Bill Nye “The Science Guy” Will Have His Own Talk Show on Netflix

A nostalgic blast from the past is about to hit Netflix. Almost 20 years after his show ended, Bill Nye “The Science Guy” is returning to your screen with his own talk show on Netflix. None of us North American kids can forget the popular Bill Nye the Science Guy