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Dec 11, 2017
When you add up all the wasted time and gasoline, traffic hotspots cost drivers billions of dollars. Learn how researchers are using technology to measure the problem -- and hopefully make it better.
Dec 8, 2017
A new robotic camera is set to change what we know about outer space by capturing huge images of the night sky. Learn more on BrainStuff.
Dec 7, 2017
What is it about the arrangement of petals on a flower or a perfectly symmetrical display of soup cans that catches our eye? Our brains seem wired for it, but why?
Dec 6, 2017
Salt has kept entire civilizations alive thanks to its abilities to preserve food and protect it from harmful germs. But how?
Dec 5, 2017
We share a lot in common with monkeys, but are they just as superstitious? And could the belief in winning streaks carry an evolutionary advantage?
Dec 4, 2017
When is -- and isn't -- a crime considered terrorism? The legal, political and moral definitions are often at odds. We explore why on BrainStuff.
Dec 1, 2017
If the sound of leaf blowers makes you angry, you're not alone -- and there's science behind why.
Nov 30, 2017
The Batman Effect, as researchers have dubbed it, allows kids to separate themselves from temptation and stay on task. Learn more on BrainStuff.
Nov 29, 2017
We don't expect to ever be in a mass shooting, but assuming the worst can happen is the first step to being prepared. Find out more on BrainStuff.
Nov 28, 2017
A second breakfast can be just as beneficial as a first breakfast. Find out why on BrainStuff.
Nov 27, 2017
Do jellyfish sleep? Learn more about a new study on the need for sleep in animals, and in jellyfish, in this BrainStuff episode.
Nov 24, 2017
Bump fire stocks enable a shooter like Las Vegas killer Steven Paddock to fire a semi-automatic rifle at nearly the rate of an automatic. How do they work?
Nov 23, 2017
What does Boston have against the letter 'R'? BrainStuff digs into the origins of 2 American accents.
Nov 17, 2017
A new analysis of the ancient Indian Bakhshali manuscript suggests the numerical symbol zero, as we use it today, may be centuries older than previously believed.
A new study suggests squirrels use memory strategies to remember where they put the good nuts. Find out more on BrainStuff.
Have you ever tried to beat a drug test? OR Labs are usually able to bust people using someone else's urine.
Nov 16, 2017
Do you buy vinyl records? OR Do you still listen to music albums? In which format? Find out how vinyl and streaming complement each other.
Nov 15, 2017
Kim Jong-un called Donald Trump a dotard. Here are some equally entertaining out-of-date options the 45th president could've thrown back in his face.
A new study put dogs and wolves head to head in the intelligence department. Guess which species won? Find out on BrainStuff.
Nov 14, 2017
Now that Cassini has met its end by plunging into Saturn, it's time to reflect on what we've learned over the decades.
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