Gender Equality Increases by 1 Percent in California
Despite some recent high-profile hirings, the gender balance in high-level business positions hasn't changed much.
Everyone (in Southern California) Is a Valley Girl
New research reveals that most college-age people in Southern California—regardless or sex or socioeconomic background—use uptalk.
The Secrets We Keep (Are Making Us Sick and Screwing With Our Brains)
Four ways keeping a secret is bad for you.
The People Who Try to Break Guinness World Records
What kind of person wants to become the world's fastest cucumber eater?
The Most XTREME Energy-Drink Drinkers Are Young Moms
You wouldn't know it from the advertising, but young mothers are among the biggest consumers of carbonated pick-me-ups.
Would Segregation Reduce Violence Between Israel and Palestine?
A new computer model that maps violence patterns in urban areas says that it would.
Study: You Listen to That Sad Song Because It Makes You Happy
New research shows that sad songs actually create positive emotions.
'Slaughterhouse-Five' Would Be the Movie of Our Time
With rumors of a Guillermo del Toro-directed film adaptation swirling, today seems like the perfect time to revisit Kurt Vonnegut's famous novel.
Falling Inequality Leads to Rising Unrest in Brazil -
The Brazilian middle class is bigger than ever, and that's why they're so fed up.
2 Reasons Why We Should Invest in Women in Agriculture
Gender equality and world hunger.
Could Freeway Capping Make the Roads and Traffic Less Awful?
Freeway capping could solve a bunch of problems for Los Angeles.
More Than Just Making Up Names for Animals: Why Taxonomy Matters
That new glow-in-the-dark cockroach isn't only the scariest bug you've ever seen.
Datebook: What's Happening in May and June—and Why It Matters
From the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition to the murder trial of George Zimmerman, events you should be aware of.
Welcome in the New Year With Seven Deadly Sins
Put those resolutions down and commence to transgressing. While the “seven deadly sins” may seem a misty morality lesson from the past, the cardinal vices are always with us–even in the strait-laced arena of research. Hold on to your souls for a quick rundown of how findings announced this last week reflect our sinful natures.
Seven Deadly Sins: A Holiday Roundup
While the “seven deadly sins” may seem a misty morality lesson from the past, the cardinal vices are always with us–even in the strait-laced arena of academic research. Hold on to your souls for a quick rundown of how findings announced this last week alone reflect our sinful natures.
The Seven Deadly Sins: A Research Roundup
While the "seven deadly sins" may seem a misty morality lesson from the past, the cardinal vices are always with us--even in the strait-laced arena of academic research. Hold on to your souls for a quick rundown of how findings announced this last week alone reflect our sinful natures.