October 15, 19:00-20:00 Waterstones, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland We are being bombarded with messages selling us revolutionary treatments and game-changing scientific discoveries when it comes
Vacationing at a spa can be quite relaxing… unless you’re a scientist paying attention to the all-natural quackery they are feeding you! https://mcgill.ca/oss/article/quackery/skeptics-vacation-hell-quite-relaxing-nonetheless
Lost on the highway, the boys look for a cell phone signal and wonder about the potential dangers of their lifeline. Comedian Jacob Meza explores
Judith Danovitch is an assistant professor of psychology at University of Louisville. She studies how children learn and how they evaluate knowledge as they develop.
The science behind a new injectable drug for migraine prevention is compelling; the clinical evidence, however, less so. https://mcgill.ca/oss/article/health/migraine-prevention-tip-needle-aimovigs-trials-are-underwhelming
Jonathan Jarry, a science communicator with McGill’s Office for Science and Society, recently attracted millions of viewers with a tongue-in-cheek video touting a fake cure