A recent calibration of the Large Underground Xenon shows that researchers have come one step closer to detecting the elusive dark matter particle.
Science & Research
When children engage certain attentional mechanisms, their IQ scores no longer predict how well they remember what they have seen, according to a new study.
A recent study suggests rodents learn tasks four to six times faster if they are looking down, not straight ahead, at visual stimuli.
Every Wednesday, 14 first-years head to a kitchen to conduct “edible experiments” that help them see how chemistry applies to cooking.
Movies, television and news media perpetuate several unfounded myths about filicide — the killing of a child by a parent — said Tim Mariano.
Mingling over cookies turned into heated debate over the nature of neuroscience’s role in explaining aesthetic experience on Saturday.
With a new professor, different textbook and an unusually high average on the first midterm, Organic Chemistry underwent marked changes this year.
“We are here to solve all of your communication woes,” said Annie Sherman Luke, managing editor for Newport Life Magazine.
A recent study of an online weight loss game found the site to be an effective weight loss tool, according to a Lifespan press release.
The senior thesis-turned-research paper of Emily Lamb ’11 — which investigates barnacle behavior as influenced by temperature — will be published in April.