Close Button
You must login to vote for this story. Login to vote for this story and get personalized news. Don't have an account? Create One.

Sign up   Log in
How The Right Type of Materialism Can Make You Happy
All products were not created equal: some can even make you happy, new psychological research finds.Dr Jeremy Dean is a psychologist and author of PsyBlog. His latest book is X

Field day offers insight into hops industry
Brewery owners, farmers and home brewers gathered at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, N.Y., July 12 to see its new hop yard and hear advice about growing hops from experts and peers alike. X

Proof: Magnetism makes 'Cooper pairs'
Cornell experiment proves the theory that magnetism drives high-temperature superconductors. X

3-D printing helps designers build a better brick
Cornell researchers led by architecture professor Jenny Sabin have developed 3-D-printed, interlocking ceramic bricks that require no mortar and make efficient use of materials. X

Helpful Email Tip: Always Draw from the Top
I’m pretty good at keeping up with a lot of things, but inevitably I fall behind on some emails. The way it works for me is that I get stuck on a final batch X

Choeung Ek Genocidal Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Note: Today’s post goes into detail about the brutality of the Khmer Rouge, and specifically what happened at the Killing Fields. There are also images of human remains (mostly bones and skulls) towards the end. I just wanted to let you know be X

Joshua Wright, Martin Gaynor and Past FTC Officials to Speak at ICLE Event on Apple and Amazon Cases
The Federal Trade Commission’s recent enforcement actions against Amazon and Apple raise important questions about the FTC’s consumer protection practices, especially its use of economics. How does the Commission weigh the costs and benefits of i X

Black Academia in Britain
The last few years have witnessed a growing concern with the challenges that peoples of African heritage – whoI will define in this blog as Black peoples – face working and studying in the UK higher education system. Issues of the relative absen X

With Men's Y Chromosome, Size Really May Not Matter
The string of genes that make a man a man used to be much bigger, and some geneticists say it may be wasting away. Back off, others say. Y has been stable — and crucial — for millennia. X

Does monetary policy explain the British jobs recovery?
There’s been a lot of discussion of the disconnect between British output (which has done poorly over the past 6 years), and total employment, which is reaching new records, and is even at near record levels as a percentage of the population. X

  (The most relevant information for you from around the web.)