Science: Page 9

Science & Technology

What's a Cause of Stock Market Crashes? Too Much Testosterone, Science Says.

In a study, the hormone inflated the participants' perception of a stock's worth.

Thought Leaders

The Science-Backed Reason Why Gamers Could Make Better Entrepreneurs

A new study found that participants who reported playing hours of games a week were better at a predictive task involving cue cards.

News and Trends

These Indian Start-ups are Disrupting the Biotechnology Sector

Several global companies have aggressively joined hands with Indian ones due to India's strong generic biotechnology potential

Living

The Scientists Whose Research Led to Everything We Know About Sleep Just Won the Nobel Prize in Medicine

The scientists behind the most important sleep research were finally awarded for their work.

Health & Wellness

Here's Why You Shouldn't Hide Your Stress at Work

A new study suggests that looking stressed could lead to stronger social bonds -- and get aggressors to back off.

Health & Wellness

Another Reason to Get a Good Night's Rest -- It Can Help You Focus and Your Brain Forget

Different phases of sleep affect how your brain processes information.

Leadership

5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Make Your Job More Exciting and Enjoyable

Perspective is the solution to nine-to-five tedium. Science has suggestions for changing yours.

Leadership

6-Figure Job Alert: Do You Have What It Takes to Defend the Earth Against Aliens?

NASA is seeking a planetary protection officer.

Thought Leaders

Should You Actually Trust Your Gut Feelings?

A new study looks at whether confidence in your intuition actually leads to success.

Health & Wellness

Stressed Out? Science Says to Play a Video Game for 5 Minutes.

It's more effective than sitting quietly.

Science & Technology

Why This Old School Activity Is Beneficial to Your Brain

Research keeps showing why it's a good idea to hold on to your pen and paper.

Resumes & Interviewing

People Judge Your Face and It Could Affect Your Professional Prospects

They say your eyes are the window to your soul, but they also could be the window to your bank account.

Business News

This Polymer Device Can 'Walk' When Illuminated

The device itself has just two parts: a rectangular frame and a piece of special polymer material that can 'undulate and ... propel itself forward under the influence of light.'

Business News

How Scientists Are Hacking Cancer

A cell therapy known as CAR-T is so promising that researchers are now trying to deal with a new problem -- how to keep up with demand.