Komisaruk and the multiple orgasms

Barry Komisaruk, professor of psychology at Rutgers University, is celebrated for research demonstrating that women can have multiple orgasms. He can also be celebrated for his multiple publications about women’s orgasms. These include: Komisaruk, B.R., Beyer-Flores, C., and Whipple, B. (2006) The Science of Orgasm. In press. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 358 pages. […]

Ovulating Women Ogle Forgettable Men

A soon-to-be-published study ogles women who ogle while they ovulate: “I Only Have Eyes for You: Ovulation Redirects Attention (But Not Memory) to Attractive Men,” Uriah S. Anderson, Elaine F. Perea, D. Vaughn Becker, Joshua M. Ackerman, Jenessa R. Shapiro, Steven L. Neuberg and Douglas T. Kenrick, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, article in press […]

Hammering, in ten persons

To research a difference between men and women, discussable results can be obtained by testing only five men and five women. Such is evident from this experiment: “Trade-offs between force and accuracy in human hammering performance” Duncan J. Irschick and Justin Henningsen University of Massachusetts 5 Women, 5 Men 5 trials per treatment 3 Nail […]

Engineering frontiers: The untapped power of breast motion

Harnessing the untapped power of breast motion one day recently I had an idea. As I rode public transportation to the office, my messenger bag slung uncomfortably across my chest, I thought, “Why not put the girls to work?” Human-powered devices are showing up everywhere, from Rotterdam’s sustainable dance floor to human-powered gyms in Hong […]