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Musical preferences are correlated with personality traits — and these connections are largely consistent across cultures and continents.
Experiments on suborbital rockets are revealing how to make a better iron furnace.
From gene expression to protein design, large language models are creating a suite of powerful genomic tools.
The findings contradict a widespread belief.
If you believe that you're perfect, then somebody else must be responsible for your failures.
Which one is the funniest?
Managers who are able to identify and understand dark salespeople can manipulate them to benefit the company. What could be more Machiavellian than that?
A two-dimensional material made entirely of carbon called graphene won the Nobel Prize in 2010. Graphyne might be even better.
This is a great improvement over the typical brew time of 12 to 18 hours.
Proponents of transhumanism make big promises, such as a future in which we upload our minds into a supercomputer. But there is a fatal flaw in this argument: reductionism.
The base rate fallacy may help to explain low reproducibility in various fields of science.
Symmetrical objects are less complex than non-symmetrical ones. Perhaps evolution acts as an algorithm with a bias toward simplicity.
One research group's AI-based drug discovery platform could be redesigned to discover VX nerve agent and 40,000 similar chemical weapons.
The Poisson distribution has everyday applications in science, finance, and insurance. To compare the results of some biomedical studies, more people ought to be familiar with it.