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The Danger Of Inadvertently Praising Zygomatic Arches

by Robert Sapolsky Neuroscientist, Stanford University; Author, Behave I don’t think that there is Free will. The conclusion first hit me in some sort of primordial ooze of insight when I was about 13-years old, and…

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What Are Our Bodies? Chris Fields

Our bodies, like our minds, appear to us to be separate individuals, distinct from the bodies of other people. From an evolutionary perspective, however, this is not true. Considering our bodies from the perspective of deep…

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What is Emergence? Chris Fields

In this short video the neuroscientist Chris Fields explains the scientific concept of emergence. He addresses some challenges that it presents to the scientific community and touches on the larger questions that it raises. Chris Fields…

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Viruses and Us, A Lasting Affair: Emmanuel Drouet

Professor of Virology at the University of Grenoble Emmanuel Drouet talks about the new picture scientists are getting about the role and nature of viruses. Some viruses are seen to have important functions within the cell;…

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Everything Only Looks Like a Thing: Neil Theise

Neil Theise is Professor of Pathology and of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a leader in the fields of liver diseases, liver stem cells, and adult stem cell plasticity. In this interview he talks about complexity…

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Human Brain and Cosmic Web Remarkably Similar

Neuronal and galaxy networks are remarkably similar, according to an astrophysicist and neuroscientist team. Both structures are also more alike to each other than either one is to the interior of a neuronal body or the…

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Some Genes Active for Days After Death

Death is supposed to be the final swan song. New research, though, shows that in cells throughout the body hundreds of genes keep “singing” for days after death of the physical body. These genes remain active…

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Everything Only Looks Like a Thing: Neil Theise

Neil Theise is Professor of Pathology and of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a leader in the fields of liver diseases, liver stem cells, and adult stem cell plasticity. In this interview he talks about complexity…

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