Monday, April 14, 2014
After years of putting it off, scientists finally got around to studying procrastination. An in-depth study concluded that procrastination is a byproduct of our evolutionary development. So, why do we procrastinate? Scientists at the University of...
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Every event in the universe that we have been able to observe is deeply entangled with time. Time's forward impact has an influence on everything from the forming of distant galaxies to the wear and tear within our cells. The impact time has on us is called aging. This is a...
Topics Covered: age, biology, Body, cell wall, cells, communication, future, genetics, harvard, mitochondria, nucleus, Organs, question your world, science, science museum of virginia, stem, steve miller band, the body human, Time, aging, anatomy, medical ethics, medical research, physiology, sirtuins
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Pretty big! We're putting a little perspective on a huge number!
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Every living thing on this planet is subject to evolution and extinction. The natural evolutionary process dictates the beginning and end of various species. So, what happens when we start to advance our technological capabilities and introduce the process of de- extinction?...