You don't have to be happy to live a good life, according to Professor Erik Angner, who do research on happiness. He is also one of the lecturers on the new summer course on happiness and the good life.
The ability of pike and perch to maintain dominance over stickleback increases if there are plenty of pike and perch close-by that can help the local population withstand the stickleback intrusion.
Clearly defined serotonin pathways in the brain and their connections to for example amygdala and hypothalamus affect how we feel and act.
Stopping dead seems to be a default setting when driverless cars encounter a problem. This can cause chaos on roads.
Could a curveball called 'the blob' become a crucial weapon in the fight against incurable cancer and other diseases?
What did people eat on the west coast of Scandinavia 10 000 years ago? A study of the DNA in a chewing gum shows that deer, trout and hazelnuts were on the diet. It also shows that one person had problems with her teeth.