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We Can Stop Worrying About Horns Growing Out of Our Skulls
One of the co-authors reportedly left some important details out of the research paper.
Is it Possible to Contract Gonorrhea From Making Out?
A new study has some concerning findings.
After Everything, Workers Are Still Scared to Report Harassment at Work
Out of fear of inaction and retaliation.
Katie Van Syckle
Someone Turned Donald Trump Into an Ornery Scientist on Twitter
Donald Trump, Ph.D., has some serious problems with you and your subpar academic work.
Why Don’t Medical Studies Include Equal Numbers of Men and Women?
Our bodies do function differently.
Psych Researchers Might Have an Amazon Mechanical-Turk Problem on Their Hands
They’ve become really, really reliant on a service that wasn’t originally set up for the purpose of running experiments.
Researcher Misses Out on Grant Because of Calibri/Arial Font Dustup
It doesn’t matter if you’re an archaeologist — your grant application can’t be in Papyrus.
Most Women Are Catcalled Before They Turn 17
According to a new study, 84 percent of women first experience street harassment as minors.
Researchers Are Studying the Things People Fiddle With at Their Desks
And how their fidgeting might relate to creativity or clearer thinking.
we can be heroes
The Russian Sex Geckos Have Died in Space
R.I.P., little buddies. R.I.P.
Allison P. Davis
The Scientific Case for Decriminalizing Sex Work
It could be the most effective way to reduce global HIV infection rates.
20 Things People Supposedly Like More Than Sex
What’s better than getting laid? Internet access.
Allison P. Davis
Sex for Science Is Mad Boring
It’s a job, and it sounds stressful.
reversals of fortune
Pregnant Women Now Allowed Daily Tiny Glass of Wine
Now how will we know when Beyoncé is pregnant?