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A taste for sweet – an anthropologist explains the evolutionary origins...

Stephen Wooding, University of California, Merced The sweetness of sugar is one of life’s great pleasures. People’s love for sweet is so visceral, food...

The 2021 Nobel Prize for medicine helps unravel mysteries about how...

Steven D. Munger, University of Florida Humans rely on our senses to tell us about the world. Which way...

The stay-at-home slowdown – how the pandemic upended our perception of...

Philip Gable, University of Delaware Think back to life before stay-at-home orders. Does it feel like just yesterday? Or does it seem like ages ago...

How setting a schedule can make you less productive

Selin Malkoc, The Ohio State University It can seem like there’s never enough time – not enough for sleep and not enough for play, not...

Yanny or Laurel? It’s your brain not your ears that decides

Jennell Vick, Case Western Reserve University As a speech scientist, I never thought I’d see so much excitement on social media about one tiny little...

Can businesses succeed in a world of corruption…

Can businesses succeed in a world of corruption (without paying bribes)? Peter J. Henning, Wayne State University Every global business has to be careful about running...

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New Jersey’s small, networked dairy farms are a model for a...

Andrew Carlson, Princeton University; Daniel Rubenstein, Princeton University, and Simon Levin, Princeton University Cow’s milk is a major part of many Americans’ diets because it...