A recent study shows 60% of articles we are sharing we aren’t even reading. Is the root cause our propensity to gossip and need to be heard?
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Alisha Vedi calls on our government to invest more in science and research.
We’ve long known about the effect that music has on our feelings, but thanks to some science types, it also makes average beer taste better. Tune!
A company named Nano Dimension will soon be printing human tissue through a 3D printer. Great, right? Well, does anyone remember Frankenstein?
With the news that 7-11 now delivers Slurpees via drone, the future of technology is set to make us all shut-ins, and I can’t wait.
The much-desired invisibility cloak is almost upon us. However, the men of science didn’t say exactly when. No matter, we have pics. Sort of.
This Turkish coup might be new in its intensity, but ancient in its origin. However, the wounding of the westernised Turkey is sure to be felt elsewhere.
According to a recent study, our brains have created unique brainwaves to handle the challenge of text messaging.
With the Great Barrier Reef in severe danger, its time we faced up to the truth: We’re all environmentalists, and thusly we can all do something.
Bring your coke-bottle thick glasses down to the point, brah. Samsung has created the smartphone surfboard. Surf’s up, dingus.
Science has finally charted awkwardness. They’ve asked people where they’d rather not be touched, and by whom. Uncles, look away now.
SpaceX are planning to launch 20 mice into space in the name of science. Best not tell them the moon isn’t actually made of cheese.
For too many years, those who stay up late were derided as slackers. But oh, how the tables have turned. Thanks, science!
There’s a piece of tech-wizardry in the pipeline that will instantaneously translate any language into yours. We think it should be banned…for our own good.
As her favourite radio host is now on holidays, Ingeborg van Teeseling explains the unique and strangely real relationships we form with our chosen media figureheads.
According to science the coffee nap is the most effective type of power nap, so we tasked Grant Spencer with testing it…he may have taken it a bit too far.
After reading a study that claimed people checked their phones 85 times a day, a TBS reader tried to see if he could beat it.
With Dr David Evans’ recent claims that climate change is not as dangerous as first thought, Sam Blacker did some further research into his findings.
Research has recently found how depression actually causes brain damage over time, Dr Hatton breaks it down for us…
The size of parts of your brain make you either an amygdalite or an ACC and this can have an effect on your political leanings, explains Robin Margo S.C – as it turns out, being conservative or liberal-minded is really all in your head.
Inspired by an experiment aimed to determine whether music has anywhere left to progress, Mat Drogemuller suggests rock and roll isn’t “dead,” as people claim, just “updated.”