- Utrecht Universitylaw, 2011 - 2014
Zoologger: Oral sex may be a life saver for spider - life - 18 February ...
Male Darwin's bark spider use genital lubrication and binding to stop their mates from eating them after copulation
Mass surveillance not effective for finding terrorists - tech - 15 Janua...
Some UK politicians are trying once again to pass mass surveillance laws after the Paris attacks. It's a misguided approach, says a computin
Brain signature of emotion-linked pain is uncovered - health - 14 Januar...
For the first time, scans have identified brain activity associated with pain linked to your state of mind. It could help treat conditions l
Romance algorithm predicts if you'll be lucky in love - tech - 14 Januar...
Single? Wonder if you can do better? The Nanaya service will tell you the chances of finding the mathematically ideal partner
Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? New Study Makes Temperature Connection
The answer to the age-old question may come down to temperature, suggests a study that finds more stripes on zebras in warmer places.
Boko Haram's 'deadliest massacre': 2,000 feared dead in Nigeria | World ...
Amnesty International calls the killings ‘a disturbing and bloody escalation’ and a local defence group says its fighters have given up tryi
5 Disruptive Technology Breakthroughs That Will Shock The World
"Disruptive" technologies - technologies that rapidly obsolete entire well-established industries overnight - are powerful things. Disruptiv
Why Wearables Should Be Free | Co.Design | business + design
Companies shouldn't just give out wearables for free; they should pay users for data, argues Frog's chief creative officer.
Here's What Disney Princesses Would Look Like With Normal Waistlines | C...
If Sleeping Beauty or The Little Mermaid were real humans, they would not have room for all their internal organs.
Impossible electric bike folds up to fit in a backpack
Folding and electric bikes have proven fertile ground for innovation recently, but what about bikes that are both electric and foldable? The
Bilingual People Are Like Brain 'Bodybuilders' : DNews
People who speak two languages may have brains that are more efficient at language processing and other tasks, new research suggests.
World's Oldest People Are Genetically Superior : DNews
Reaching a ripe old age seems to have little to do with lifestyle and a lot to do with genes, concludes a new study on 17 of the oldest peop
Why language is neither an instinct nor innate - 20 October 2014 - New S...
The ideas of Noam Chomsky, popularised by Steven Pinker, come under fire in Vyvyan Evans's book The Language Myth: Why language is not an in
Historic Referendum: Scotland Rejects Independence : DNews
Scotland has rejected independence in a referendum that leaves the United Kingdom intact but opens the door to wider autonomy following a hu
100,000 Elephants Killed by Poachers in Just Three Years, Landmark Analy...
Central Africa has lost 64 percent of its elephants in a decade, while 75 percent of all African elephant populations are in decline.
Jack White has the best-selling vinyl record in 20 years
With his latest album, Lazaretto, Jack White wanted to prove there was still life in vinyl records. And it turns out he was right: the album
BuzzFeed raises £30m to become a 'preeminent media company'
Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz compares online news firm’s tech core to Time, CBS and Viacom
Turns Out Your Complex Passwords Aren’t That Much Safer | Enterprise | W...
When the computer security company Hold Security reported that more than 1.2 billion online credentials had been swiped by Russian hackers,
The Robots Are Coming, but Are They Really Taking Our Jobs?
A new study shows experts are split on whether artificial intelligence will boost—or decimate—the economy.