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Drug Wars: A New Hope
01/22/2019
Why do some people develop addictions and others don’t? Does that provide insight in how to mediate addictive responses and behaviors? Join The Scripps Research Institutes’ Olivier George as he talks about his research and shares insights into how the brain responds to a variety of drugs, both illicit and prescription – as well as … Continue reading "Drug Wars: A New Hope"
Examining Neoliberalism’s Role in Modern Far-Right Politics
01/18/2019
The world is seeing a rise in far-right politics, from Italy, to France, to Brexit, to President Trump. So, how did we get here? And, where exactly are we? Is this authoritarianism, fascism, populism, or something else? These are the questions political theorist Wendy Brown addresses in her talk, Neoliberalism’s Scorpion Tail: Markets and Morals … Continue reading "Examining Neoliberalism’s Role in Modern Far-Right Politics"
Working with Artificial Intelligence to Keep Americans Employed
01/15/2019
We have all heard the dire warnings. Artificial intelligence is predicted to decimate job sectors already hit hard by outsourcing. Some studies suggest up to half of all work could be automated by 2030. That means factory workers, drivers, even some accountants may find themselves without a job. Jennifer Granholm, the former governor of Michigan, … Continue reading "Working with Artificial Intelligence to Keep Americans Employed"
Shaping Our Dynamic Microbiomes for Lifelong Health
01/10/2019
Our life-spans are ever-increasing, but our health-spans are not, leading to long periods of unpleasant and expensive suffering with chronic conditions. Many of these conditions have recently been linked to the microbiome. We are constantly shaping our microbiomes through the foods we eat, the environments we experience, even the people we live and work with. … Continue reading "Shaping Our Dynamic Microbiomes for Lifelong Health"
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