We are not only judged on our looks, deeds and works, but also by the company we keep, writes Rob Brooks.
Is it true that for our entire history humans have associated with about 150 other people? Darren Curnoe checks the facts.
The hyper-sexual world of music videos fascinates so many viewers because it promises that sex is all-around, fast and largely free of charge, writes Rob Brooks.
New research shows male songbirds sire fewer offspring if they rise late, but the opposite might be true for humans, writes Rob Brooks.
A special place should be reserved for those who inflict upon us all the burden of collecting meaningless data, writes Rob Brooks.
How will the international Ebola crisis influence next week’s mid-term elections in the USA, asks Rob Brooks.
We have little to fear from mutating viruses. It is the rapidly evolving ones that we should be worried about, writes Rob Brooks.
A disturbing modification involving sexual assault in Grand Theft Auto 5 is swaying opinions on the influence of gaming, write Michael Kasumovic and Rob Brooks.
Research suggests the beard styles embraced by hipster culture are likely to grow less attractive as they become more popular, writes Rob Brooks
Questions of paternity tap a deep well of human insecurity, writes Rob Brooks, who has consulted on a new documentary series on the issue.