Kelly Jakubowski, Durham University People tend to be extremely nostalgic about the music they listened to when they were young. If you were a teenager in the 1970s, chances are you will love Queen, Stevie Wonder or ABBA. And if you were young in the 1990s, Wannabe by the Spice Girls probably still gets youContinue reading “Why we’re obsessed with music from our youth”
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Diet can influence mood, behavior and more – a neuroscientist explains
Monica Dus, University of Michigan During the long seafaring voyages of the 15th and 16th centuries, a period known as the Age of Discovery, sailors reported experiencing visions of sublime foods and verdant fields. The discovery that these were nothing more than hallucinations after months at sea was agonizing. Some sailors wept in longing; othersContinue reading “Diet can influence mood, behavior and more – a neuroscientist explains”
Which microbes live in your gut? A microbiologist tries at-home test kits to see what they reveal about the microbiome
Benjamin Wolfe, Tufts University When you hear about the gut microbiome, does it ever make you wonder what tiny creatures are teeming inside your own body? As a microbiologist who studies the microbiomes of plants, animals and people, I’ve watched public interest in gut microbes grow alongside research on their possible dramatic influence on humanContinue reading “Which microbes live in your gut? A microbiologist tries at-home test kits to see what they reveal about the microbiome”
Religions have long known that getting away from it all is good for the mind, body and spirit
Kristen Lucken, Brandeis University Summer vacations are coming to an end – though not everyone took one. Under federal law, U.S. companies aren’t required to offer a single paid vacation day, compared to the at least 20 required in the European Union. About 1 in 4 U.S. workers don’t receive any, and even among thoseContinue reading “Religions have long known that getting away from it all is good for the mind, body and spirit”
Raymond’s Random Thoughts 8-8-2022
The past holds the keys to the present, all of our experiences, words, actions, and inactions of the past are what created the circumstances and situations we face in the now. Just as what we experience, do, and say in the present maps out what the future will bring. There is of course the influenceContinue reading “Raymond’s Random Thoughts 8-8-2022”
How Is Your Love (Tonight) by ALLIE FARRIS
Song and Album are released under Creative Commons Licensing, Click the link to the album for more info.
Mismanaged cloud services put user data at risk
Eric Pauley, Penn State The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Organizations’ failure to properly manage the servers they lease from cloud service providers can allow attackers to receive private data, research my colleagues and I conducted has shown. Cloud computing allows businesses to lease servers the sameContinue reading “Mismanaged cloud services put user data at risk”
Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackers
Todd Austin, University of Michigan and Lauren Biernacki, University of Michigan The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea We have developed and tested a secure new computer processor that thwarts hackers by randomly changing its underlying structure, thus making it virtually impossible to hack. Last summer, 525 securityContinue reading “Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackers”
How do keys open locks?
Scott Craver, Binghamton University, State University of New York Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. How are keys made, and how do they open locks? – Noli, age 12, Wisconsin Have you ever wondered how keysContinue reading “How do keys open locks?”
Unbreakable by Pokki DJ (Youtube Video)
Excellent Artist, I found on Jamendo, you can find him on Itunes, AMazon and a few other music sites for purchace / Download.