It’s ingrained in our society that everyone needs to use deodorant and perfume as part of their daily hygiene. But is our frequent use of these products harming the environment and polluting the air we breath?
If you’re attending college, then chances are that you’ve had to deal with a couple fire alarms in your dorm that turned out to be false alarms. While it’s important for all buildings to have smoke detectors installed, is it possible that the type of smoke detectors we’re using is actually putting us at risk?
Falling in love is the easy part. What’s hard is keeping a relationship together. Why do some relationships just “click”? What’s the difference between couples that last only for a month and those that last for decades? Experts in the field of relationship science may hold the answer, or at the very least have some suggestions.
According to the Doomsday Clock, it is currently two minutes to midnight. But is this Cold War era countdown still relevant in the modern age?
Should gene drives be used to wipe out malaria-carrying mosquitoes and other ecological problems? Given the research, it’s probably not a good idea.
The desire to change the world like scientists have in the past may have created the illusion that being a scientist will automatically lead to success. However, the reality of this career proves to be quite unforgiving.
Despite all the hype surrounding cancer research and the latest miracle drug, the reality is that we’re not winning the war against cancer. In fact, this illusion of success might make the situation even worse.