The entire genome of the koala has finally been sequenced. This scientific accomplishment could spell really good things for koala species as well as the human species. With the recent decline in koala populations, knowing the genome sequence could help us increase their numbers again.
Popular Everything is deeply interested in filling you on how science influences everything. But don’t worry, this won’t look one bit like a boring textbook.
We use our hands for a multitude of different reasons. From brushing your teeth in the morning to scrolling through your Instagram feed at night your hands are constantly working. But how did our hands become so useful and unique to everything we use them for?
A new scientific discovery could show that trees are more alive than we think. Two scientists observed that trees contract to move water through them. The contractions are similar to a human heartbeat only a lot slower. Better start taking better care of your plants!
Society has always been interested in the idea that there is extraterrestrial life somewhere out in the galaxy. From far-fetched movies to actual science, we just can’t get enough of the alien culture. Recently, an artist traveled to the Arctic and had a revelation about the rise in UFO sightings. Read more about it here!
Did you ever see Ice Age as a kid and wish you could live among the animals in the film? Well, that wish may just come true thanks to science! Biotechnology is bringing scientists one step closer to bringing back certain extinct species back to the modern day Earth.
Bees play a vital role in maintaining a balance in the ecosystem. Without these insects, many species would soon become extinct. From making honey to pollinating our plants, here are a few facts about our black and yellow little friends!
Pre-interview jitters are natural! But did you know you can decrease those nerves by using these helpful tips and tricks. We’ve got you covered from before you walk into the interview to hours after it’s over. Getting your dream job is easier than you think!
This may seem like a dull old blob, but like a cloud, you can sort of guess what it resembles. There are no right or wrong answers, all you have to do is say what you think it is. Individual schools of psychologist believe that you can learn a lot about a person by knowing what they think an inkblot resembles. Here’s what they think it says about you.
Although we tend to ignore the lengths of our fingers, Popular Everything found a reason for you to take a second look. Scientists find that finger length can say a lot about a who a person is.
What Ariely wanted to know was, what would make students resist the urge to cheat. He knows why they would, how much they would but not why they wouldn’t. His method seems cliche at first but brought surprising results.
There’s nothing cuter than a dog tilting their heads. Scientists discovered that they do this to pay closer attention to their owners.