According to new research, our brains feast on information the same way it does snack food or drugs. The contact high is the most important part, even if the data is completely useless.
According to a new study, merely thinking about coffee is as good as drinking it. Good one, brain.
All hail the coffee nap: biology’s way of telling you it’s okay to be a lazy caffeine junkie.
In the not too distant future, brain scans will replace the need for a resume. Bad news for those who heavily pad theirs, which is to say, all of us.
The dudes who created Agent Orange now promised that they can safely zap our brains for our benefit. Seems legit.
Over in China, one algorithm is predicting which patients will emerge from a coma more accurately than their human contemporaries.
Ever wonder why we can’t have nice things? Well, the reason lies inside our heads. Thanks, brain.
With Brain Awareness Week around the corner, it’s probably a good idea to reflect on our brain health, and the ways that we can better look after it. We only get one, y’know.
You know that strange impulse where you can actually predict what is going to happen? Well, according to science, you’re not psychic, your brain might be broken.
The studies surrounding the apparent benefits of red wine are numerous. So, in classic wine tasting pomp, I’ll be sampling them all. But I shan’t be swallowing easily.
Over in Italy, a pioneering group of minds has determined that your one is eating itself due to lack of sleep. What are you doing up that late, anyway? Hmm?
PolitiScope podcast speak to Robin Margo SC and The Big Smoke’s publisher Alexandra Tselios about Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Australia this week.
Whilst we’ve no idea whether that old adage “Too much TV rots the brain” is true, for those of us who Google too much (all of us) it seems we may be making ourselves less… “smrt”.
TBS Editor Mathew Mackie walks the shostakovich line daily. The fine line between being ‘educated’ and being a ‘wanker’.