The evolutionary context of gender inequality in humans I recently came across a blog post by Antonia Sudkaemper that tackles some common misconceptions about gender inequality. Overall I was impressed, but a Guardian article she referenced by Jessica Valenti struck me as highly questionable. Here are the lines that I take issue with: “Gender inequality... Read More »Read more »
New technology could make intracranial treatments less risky and more versatile. This month, a publication in Nature reported the development of silicon bioresorbable electronic sensors for implantation into the brain, which may revolutionise the way we monitor and treat neurological conditions. The project was a collaboration between material scientists, neurosurgeons and engineers, headed by John... Read More »Read more »
Unhealthy choices cost company health care plans billions of dollars In 2012 Google had an M&M problem: Employees were eating too many sweets and potentially hindering the company’s efforts to keep them healthy and happy. So, this titan of the Internet decided to launch an operation to change employees’ behaviour. They found that intervention could... Read More »Read more »
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