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What does the state of your bookshelf say about you?

Books tear down the walls of what society assumed to be fixed, or at least, could largely be demolished only by political or economic policies. Books are revolutionary in themselves.

Books tear down the walls of what society assumed to be fixed, or at least, could largely ...

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What does the state of your bookshelf say about you?

Scientists have been sniffing the trail of the science behind the smell of human emotions

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Behold, an emotional meter based on the air we breathe

The human experience is a galaxy of feelings

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Science has started mapping our feelings

How would you want your work and living spaces to reflect what you love about life?

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Thought-shifting spaces

Does benevolent sexism always undermine women? It might depend on context.

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Why women, including feminists, are still attracted to 'benevolently sexist' men

We can diversify a lot more when it comes to what we should eat

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There is no such thing as forever – even with rice

We humans invented the disciplines so we can highlight various aspects of reality for a ...

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The best learners: the forager and the Renaissance human

It has always been a bit of mystery as to why some species of male mammals evolved bones ...

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'Penis bones': An evolutionary puzzle explained using innovative 3D scanning

Sign language is another language, and therefore, another rich world, another empowering ...

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The lovely secrets of the 'signing' brain