Behavioral economist Dan Ariely developed a new kind of scale that uses science, not numbers, to help you lose weight.
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A behavioral economist was tired of being flooded with emails 24 hours a day. So he studied it, and created an app.
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Cosmic ray suit will head into space in 2018.
It's an affliction affecting millions of people, but not everyone knows exactly what this condition is all about.
Citizen scientists are learning to grow food for taste and nutrition, rather than profit.
Scientists think microbes may have evolved to make humans act more altruistically.
Scientists decided to find out why supermarket tomatoes have become tasteless. And now they want to fix it.
The neuroscientists found out you learn by ignoring almost everything around you.
You would live in an automated driverless car, your phone number would be your address and drones would deliver services.
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