The past three hurricane seasons have been some of the most destructive on record, with 2017 being the costliest hurricane season ever. This growing trend in hurricane intensity begs the question: why are hurricanes getting stronger? The answer deals with… Continue Reading →
Check out MindBlown’s hilarious new video post to take a glimpse at the science behind fright. Prepare to be terrified!
Heard about Bitcoin yet? Thanks to its soaring rise in value, Bitcoin is the latest hot topic. What you may not know is that Bitcoin uses the mathematical science of cryptography to work. That’s right, Bitcoin relies on science.
Back in 2006 when I was 11 years old, I told my dad that the Florida Gators were going to win March Madness.
Get in on the trend that has everyone talking…
A week ago, International Women’s Day urged us all to #PressforProgress and keep the momentum going in the struggle for gender equality. In response to this year’s #PressforProgress campaign theme, MindBlown asked you – the students and faculty at Saint Mary’s… Continue Reading →
What if I told you there was an element of predictability to how we speak and write?
The science is in: You might be “addicted to love”
Check out this new tech trend that may already be in your pocket… Today’s world is abuzz with a stream of new technologies, and flashy tech like the iPhone X and Samsung’s Galaxy S8 are bound to catch the eye.
Take this quiz to find out.
Find out what set off those fire alarms…
The pollution you never thought you’d have to worry about…
It’s easier than you think.
Find out if bringing on this Thanksgiving staple will put you to sleep, or if we can bust this myth once and for all.
No, literally. Expressions of gratitude can rewire your brain.
They might just run away.
Your A-I nightmares are one step closer to reality.
Learn this two-ingredient trick for an extra spooky Halloween.
This is the deadliest song in history.
You wouldn’t want to run into these guys in a dark alley…
Welcome, fellow Cardinals, to MindBlown, a blog where students representing the five major areas of science come together to show science-in-action through short posts and videos.