- Video: Kicked in the crotch vs. childbirth: The great debate hosted by Olivia Gordon for SciShow.
|Does this seemingly innocent long-standing question actually illuminate unconscious sexism in science?|
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- Healthy fat hidden in dirt may fend off anxiety disorders by Neuroscience News.
- Being a 'dog person' may be in your genes by Jaime Chambers for Massive Science.
- Dogs mirror stress levels of their owners by Stephen Johnson for BigThink.
- The newest lab rat has eight arms by Mićo Tatalović for Hakai magazine.
- Body parts respond to day and night independently from brain by Reliawire.
- Cracking the sugar code: the secret language cells use by Emma Clarke at The Curious Platypus.
- Study of marathon runners reveals a ‘hard limit’ on human endurance by Michael Price for Science magazine.
- The art of expressing science through poetry by Ellinor Nilsson for Crastina.
- It takes evil to defeat evil: why researchers built a fake news generator by Greg Fish for World of Weird Things.
- Varieties of nonsense by Derek Lowe at Science Translational Medicine.
- Oh my God double asteroid all the way across the sky! by Dan Samorodnitsky for Massive Science.
- Did exploding stars really help humans walk upright? by Greg Fish for World of Weird Things.
- This little-known quantum rule makes our existence possible by Ethan Siegel at Starts With A Bang.
- Scientists discover the loneliest, most isolated galaxy in the entire universe by Ethan Siegel at Starts With A Bang.
- Bizarre pentaquark turns out to be a new kind of subatomic 'molecule' by Leah Crane for New Scientist.
- NASA will allow private astronauts on the ISS for $11,250-$22,500 a day by Jonathan Gitlin for Ars Technica.
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