Have a Happy, Scientifically Correct Valentine's Day

I'm going to share a secret. I LOVE Valentine's day. But I don't do soppy, romantic gestures very well.

So if you, like me struggle to share your feelings with that special someone and you live too far away from London (like me) to enjoy one of these fabulously, amazing real heart cakes (yes, these are for eating!) I have created a science themed Pinterest board, for your science love pleasure. Featuring everyones love favourites, the brain, serotonin, dopamine and Carl Sagan.

Hope you enjoy it.

Happy Valentine's Day!

Don't forget to keep your eyes and ears open for any dubious 'science' valentines stories/research appearing in the news and online :-) Maybe we will all be enlightened with the 'love formula'.

Source: lily-vanilli.blogspot.com via hapsci on Pinterest


  1. I always did wonder why the kidney's shape was chosen to represent the heart when used as an icon of affection. Any thoughts? :-)

    1. I didn't know that!! I don't know why that is the case!


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