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This week’s How Things Work has a distinctly Carnival-themed flavor: alcoholic beverages.
The science and technology behind the buggy races add an extra layer to an already fascinating sport, making Buggy an interesting blend of athletic prowess and engineering skill.
New research reveals that optical illusions may be the product of your brain reacting to feedback between neurons in different parts of the brain’s visual system.
A team of eight scientists from Guangzhou Medical University recently published a paper that outlines their study on genetic modification of human embryos.
This week's SciTech Briefs cover genetically edited mushrooms, fossil fuel phase-out, Europa's ice, Zika virus, butterfly migration, and genetic disease.