Popular science writing archive

Left brain, right brain: science brain, art brain?, published 27 August 2013, Southland Times

 

Brain health may be a box of chocolates, published 13 August 2013, Southland Times

 

Why do men have nipples?, published 15 July 2013, Southland Times 

 

Optogenetics and OCD: Modulating behaviour with light?, published 18 June 2013, Southland Times

 

Toxic chain reaction triggers Alzheimer's disease, published 2 June 2013, Southland Times

 

New nerve cells make us unique, published 21 May 2013, Southland Times

 

Babies brains show consciousness at 5 months, published 7 May 2013, Southland Times

 

 

Beer taste adicts us, published 23 April 2013, Southland Times

 

The Power of the Superiority Illusion, published 9 April 2013, Southland Times

 

Encoding intentions: Anatomy of moral judgement revealed, publsihed 26 March 2013, Southland Times

 

Say what? Selective noise filtering by the brain, published 12 March 2013, Southland Times

 

Monkey see, monkey do? Evidence for human-only brain regions, published 26 February 2013, Southland Times

 

An ale for ailments: Compounds in beer beneficial, published 12 February 2013, Southland Times

 

What's that you say? New technology for repair of hearing loss, published 29 January 2013, Southland Times

 

I like me just as I am: Brain quirk may prevent us from envisioning our future selves, published 15 January 2013, Southland Times

 

Junk food tricks our brain into eating, published 18 December 2012, Southland Times

 

Read my hips: Emotions interpreted by body language, published 4 December 2012, Southland Times

 

Cooking expands the mind, published 20 November 2012, Southland Times

 

All for one and one for all? Depends on your upbringing, published 6 November 2012, Southland Times

 

Let's shake on it! A good handshake makes a great first impression, published 23 October 2012, Southland Times

 

The 'bionic' eyes have it!, published 9 October 2013, Southland Times