Headlines may make you think scientists don’t know anything and keep changing their tune, but there are many reasons behind this vexing perception. https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/general-science-history/why-oh-why-do-scientists-keep-changing-their-minds
An iPod-like device that delivers light inside your ears is meant to fix the winter blues. But don’t get dazzled by its latest crowdfunding campaign,
While both pen and keyboard have been put through contrived trials by scientists, it remains to be seen which is best for note-taking in class.
According to a recent trend, healing any part of your body is as simple as rubbing your ear… but is there any evidence that this
A plant with reputed medicinal properties can truly make candy taste like cardboard, but is that enough to control our sugar intake? https://mcgill.ca/oss/article/health-nutrition/will-gymnema-curb-your-sweet-sweet-cravings
Kary Mullis shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993 for his discovery of an elegant technique to amplify parts of the DNA molecule, an