BBC: How accurate are our first impressions?

April 10, 2019 asianct 0

3 April 2019 William Park The science of first impressions is complicated, influenced by things outside of our control, neurological processes we don’t understand and inaccurate stereotypes. But if we can better understand what is […]

BBC: TV shows to watch in April

April 6, 2019 asianct 0

1 April 2019 Eddie Mullan Game of Thrones Winter is here, at long last! After 67 episodes, we all want to know who will be sitting on the Iron Throne to rule the Seven Kingdoms […]

BBC: Ten books to read this April

April 4, 2019 asianct 0

28 March 2019 Jane Ciabattari Nell Freudenberger, Lost and Wanted Helen is a professor of physics at MIT, a single mother by choice, a rationalist by nature, who discovered the Clapp-Jonnal theoretical model with her […]

BBC: The art made to trick the eyes

March 13, 2019 asianct 0

5 March 2019 Kelly Grovier By the early 1970s, Victor Vasarely was everywhere. Regarded by historians today as the ‘grandfather’ of Op Art, the Hungarian-French abstract artist, then in his late sixties, had watched his […]

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