Crowd science provides major boost for certain research projects
Crowd science is making possible research projects that might otherwise be out of reach, tapping thousands of volunteers to help with such tasks as classifying animal photos, studying astronomical images, counting sea stars ...
Team develops tooth embedded sensor for oral activity recognition
Study on choice blindness finds voters more malleable than thought (w/ video)
Brainput system takes some brain strain off multi-taskers
Study shows disorder may cause an increase stereotyping
New study finds poverty leads people to focus on short term goals while ignoring the long view
Anthropologist finds large differences in gait of early human ancestors
The content of our cooperation, not the color of our skin
It's widely acknowledged that a common threat unites people. Individuals who were previously separated by social class, race or ethnicity come together, forming new cooperative alliances to defeat a common ...
Researchers use mobile phones to measure happiness
Researchers at Princeton University are developing ways to use mobile phones to explore how one's environment influences one's sense of well-being.
How communities effectively punish antisocial behaviour
(Phys.org) —New research provides an insight into how groups of people tackle social dilemmas and effectively punish those engaging in anti-social behaviour.
KickSat co-creator, team launches new 'Pocket Spacecraft' project on Kickstarter
Microsoft creates mood sensing software for smartphones
Amateur scientists find niche in locating new planets
Over the past decade, scientists have found evidence of hundreds of planets orbiting stars outside our solar system. A group of volunteers has also joined the search, and they have found several additional ...