Who wouldn’t want to save the world? It usually comes with a well-tailored tuxedo, a martini and a beautiful companion. Foiling a supervillain’s evil plans? Seems like a cracking way to spend a weekend. Unfortunately, for most of us this isn’t an option.Read more »
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 »
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