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New University
Torture-Tainment and Televisionat “The Atlantic,” has suggested that this is a strategic choice to get better
Torture-Tainment and Television
New University / Posted 3 days ago
at “The Atlantic,” has suggested that this is a strategic choice to get better ratings. Creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are not the first to take this route. In shows like “24”and games like “Grand Theft Auto,” we see a modern fixation on... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canadian ‘dream team’ to probe stem-cell link to brain cancerAs a neurosurgeon at Toronto’s Sick Kids hospital, Peter Dirks routinely confro
Canadian ‘dream team’ to probe stem-cell link to brain cancer
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
As a neurosurgeon at Toronto’s Sick Kids hospital, Peter Dirks routinely confronts a devastating type of brain tumour that is the No. 1 cause of cancer-related death in children. As a scientist, he has longed to find new approaches to attacking such... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Central Wisconsin brain surgeon writes book64-year old Mark Weissman had been a neurosurgeon in Central Wisconsin for more
Central Wisconsin brain surgeon writes book
WAOW Wausau / Posted 10 days ago
64-year old Mark Weissman had been a neurosurgeon in Central Wisconsin for more than 20 years. That all changed when he suffered a stroke less than two years ago. That moment, he knew his time in the operating room was done. "I felt like I couldn't... Read more
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Science Daily
Scientists create graphene barrier to precisely control molecules for making nanoelectronicsneed within tiny nanoelectronic devices. The technique could be useful in creat
Scientists create graphene barrier to precisely control molecules for making nanoelectronics
Science Daily / Posted 12 days ago
need within tiny nanoelectronic devices. The technique could be useful in creating sensors that are small enough to record brain signals. Led by Paul Weiss, a distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry, the researchers developed a sheet... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
DARPA Challenges Researchers to Link Human Brains With ComputersResearch Projects Agency, or DARPA, last week announced a new program that aims
DARPA Challenges Researchers to Link Human Brains With Computers
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 12 days ago
Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, last week announced a new program that aims to build a connection between the human brain and the digital world. To achieve the goals of the Neural Engineering System Design program, DARPA has invited... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Five people test positive for high lead levels in Sebringof developmental testing so I know how harmful the effects of lead can be for c
Five people test positive for high lead levels in Sebring
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 13 days ago
of developmental testing so I know how harmful the effects of lead can be for children,” said Szymanski. "Lead can effect brain development, cause learning disabilities, and hyperactivity,” said Acting Medical Director for the Mahoning County... Read more
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Senior Journal
Seniors stop cognitive decline by improving fitness - even in early Alzheimer’sSeniors stop cognitive decline by improving fitness - even in early Alzheimer’s
Seniors stop cognitive decline by improving fitness - even in early Alzheimer’s
Senior Journal / Posted 17 days ago
Seniors stop cognitive decline by improving fitness - even in early Alzheimer’s Exercise appears to increase thickness of brain cortex often damaged by AD Jan. 21, 2015 - Seniors can stop cognitive decline – even those diagnosed with mild cognitive... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists create graphene barrier to precisely control molecules for making nanoelectronicsneed within tiny nanoelectronic devices. The technique could be useful in creat
Scientists create graphene barrier to precisely control molecules for making nanoelectronics
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
need within tiny nanoelectronic devices. The technique could be useful in creating sensors that are small enough to record brain signals. Led by Paul Weiss, a distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry, the researchers developed a sheet... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
For Teenagers, Adult-Sized Opioid Addiction Treatment Doesn't FitHis parents tried everything, more than once sending him out of state for treat
For Teenagers, Adult-Sized Opioid Addiction Treatment Doesn't Fit
KPBS San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
His parents tried everything, more than once sending him out of state for treatment. "It was never enough," Jennifer Weiss-Burke of Albuquerque, N.M., told a local TV reporter last year. "Thirty days here, 30 days there, maybe detox for five... Read more

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