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Optogenetics revisited – TEDtalks

After talking about all these great ideas on how to improve everyone’s cognitive toolkit on the Edge site, I am happy to write about something else again. It turns out to be in part about another great and inspiring site … Continue reading

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Improving our cognitive toolkit – The Edge Question 2011 – Part III

Welcome back to some of the thoughtful answers of some bright minds to the question: What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit? This post is part III of my small series about the Edge Question 2011; if you have … Continue reading

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Improving our cognitive toolkit – The Edge Question 2011 – Part II

Welcome back to some of the thoughtful answers of some bright minds to the question: What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit? This post is part II of my small series about the Edge Question 2011; if you have … Continue reading

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Improving our cognitive toolkit – The Edge Question 2011

Edge Question of the Year Since 1999 the Edge Foundation, a think tank for science, society and technology, has been posing an annual question to its members who always return stunning answers. I already wanted to write about the Edge … Continue reading

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Beautiful science images – Wellcome Image Awards 2011

Yesterday, Wellcome Images have announced their winners of the Wellcome Image Awards 2011. The award is meant to highlight 21 of the most beautiful images acquired by the Wellcome Images picture library over the last 16 months. View the gallery … Continue reading

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