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Can we know how big a supernova will be before it happens?

The neutron core left after the collapse of a supermassive star determines the magnitude of the stellar explosion

22/04/2024

South Africa rushes to dehorn rhinos to protect them from poachers

The extreme measure helps the species survive, but it’s not without its dangers: according to a study, dehorned rhinos reduce their home range because they feel more vulnerable

22/04/2024

From San José to Silicon Valley: Costa Rica is emerging as a hotbed for US chips

Nurtured by Washington, multinationals and universities, the small Central American country is on its way to becoming a hub for integrated circuits

22/04/2024

Taylor Lorenz, tech journalist: ‘The first influencers were women because media did not speak to their interests’

The ‘Washington Post’ reporter, a digital culture specialist, has written the definitive history of content creators on the internet

22/04/2024

How to deal with parental burnout

Parents experience chronic stress because they neglect themselves, leading to long-lasting dissatisfaction, exhaustion and emotional distancing

22/04/2024

Johan Norberg: ‘Some time ago, they told me that I was far-right, and now, from the right, they tell me that I am a woke capitalist’

The Swedish historian, an advocate of classical liberalism, argues that for a certain sector of the right today, defending the beliefs of Thatcher and Reagan is being a ‘cultural Marxist’

21/04/2024

From Mariana Enriquez’s chaos to the perfect workspace: What the disorder of our work desk says about us

Some studies suggest that those who work remotely spend up to 13 hours a day anchored to this piece of furniture where we have all kinds of habits, manias and superstitions

21/04/2024

Fewer screens and more domino: Why playing cards and board games are staging a comeback in bars

The sight of a group of friends playing a game together is no longer confined to retirees. Young people are rediscovering Connect 4, Trivial Pursuit and chess, and establishments are embracing a long-term business opportunity: building a community…

21/04/2024

Overcoming coitocentrism: How penetrative sex is losing ground

Experts say that reducing sexual relations to penetration is on the decline, now that younger generations have a much more ample concept of pleasure

21/04/2024

The pros and cons of saying ‘thank you’ and ‘good morning’ to AI

While some experts see little value in being nice to non-sentient entities, others say the way we interact with artificial intelligence could influence the quality of its responses

21/04/2024

Food neophobia, or when children do not want to try new foods

Minors refusing to eat new foods is usually a temporary problem between two and six years of age, and does not commonly lead to an eating disorder

21/04/2024

Oki Sato, the minimalist designer inspired by manga cat Doraemon

Like the cosmic feline, the founder of design studio Nendo has a magical talent for producing infinite, people-pleasing inventions from nothing

20/04/2024

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