Science of Love, religion, and brain surgery.
Leviathan Science is asking whether science can predict love tonight, but leviathan previously tackled the issue of religion and science at Science Gallery. On that note, a new study has just shown that brain surgery boosts spirituality. Read it on Nature (subscription-only), and the ReasonProject.
And on the topic of Science get-togethers, Obama is totally ripping off the BT Young Scientist. But don’t just take it from me.
Images of love
Check out the Science of Love kissing gallery from Discover, which crosses “time, space and species”.
While you can make sweet, sweet music at the Ecolvaphone, maybe you’re more spectator than creator. In that case, Codeorgan joins the long list of data/art mashups that are almost certainly useless, but way cool. Just enter a URL and listen to your fave website be transformed into mad beats… or synth-guitar.
Sounds better than it tastes
Maybe it just wasn’t meant to be, baby…
Ever said that to a robot? Alas, such was the case of the mute telephone-answering robot. Check out a gallery of more 20th century inventions that were (way) ahead of their time.
And lastly, need some science DIY inspiration? You could always come to a Make night with Robots.ie at the Science Gallery, or check out how to make Irish sea salt (via Ice Cream Ireland), or become a ham radio goddess.