Dutch computer scientists present smile database
What exactly happens to your face when you smile spontaneously, and how does that affect how old you look? Computer scientists from the University of Amsterdam's (UvA) Faculty of Science recorded the smiles ...
Preferences shaped by evolution draw voters to candidates with lower-pitched voices
Voters prefer to choose candidates with lower-pitched voices, according to new findings by researchers at McMaster University.
3-D microscope opens eyes to prehistoric oceans and present-day resources
A University of Alberta research team has turned their newly developed 3-D microscope technology on ancient sea creatures and hopes to expand its use.
Effect of subliminal marketing greater than thought
(PhysOrg.com) -- Marketing statements influence us subliminally more than was ever assumed. Even when you are not aware of being exposed to advertising material, it can still affect your actions. This emerged from research ...