Cafe Scientifique & LIVE with Scientists
Dr Bo Yao was the Director of Cafe Scientifique Manchester. Cafe Scientifique is a global forum for learning and discussing science and technology for the general public. We invite leading scientists to talk about their area of research in a relaxed and interactive format. All our events are free. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Cafe Scientifique has evolved into LIVE with Scientists.
- Science & Tech interview by Reina Yaidoo on Sanguine on 27 June 2017
- BBC interview by Geoff Watts on Radio 4 on 5 Dec 2014
- You HAVE to Hear This! Why Gossip Compels You to Share
- ETUDE : MAIS POURQUOI AIMONS-NOUS TELLEMENT LES COMMÉRAGES ?
- Scientists Investigated Why You Spend Precious Time Reading About Ridiculous Celebrities
- Pssssst! Want to know what makes good gossip?
- Scottish scientists discover secret to good gossip
- Does Talking Behind Your Friends’ Backs Make You Popular
- Being a ‘gossip’ is good for your reputation
- Love to gossip? Researchers say you’re not alone, everyone loves ‘juicy gossip’
- Do you love gossiping?
- Juicy gossip has a very far reach
- Just so you understand, size DOES matter: Words that sound bigger are processed faster than those that sound smaller
- Size matters: Brain processes ‘big’ words faster than ‘small’ words
- Size matters: brain processes ‘big’ words faster than ‘small’ words
- Brains Process Big Words Quicker Than Small Words, Glasgow Study
- Scots scientists solve brain word process secrets
- Brain “rewrites” monotonous speech of boring people
- Brain ‘rewrites’ boring speech to make it sound more interesting
- When Characters Speak Off the Page
- Brain drowns out ‘boring’ speakers
- Human brain makes most boring stories come alive, report claims
- Brain ‘talks over’ boring people to make their monotonous speech more interesting
- Brain ‘talks over’ boring speech quotes
- Boring speakers ‘wake inner voice’
- Brain ‘hears’ voices when reading direct speech
- Brains ‘hear’ voices when reading quotes