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May 5, 2021

Heart Health Misdiagnosis for Women Because of Prejudice

The organism often gives signals that can indicate the onset of heart health problems. However, new research shows that cultural preconceptions about gender play a role in whether those signals are correctly interpreted. Symptoms that would gain a complete set of tests in a male patient are ignored when a…
PodcastPodcast: Conduct Science
May 5, 2021

CSP: Dreams

The Conduct Science Podcast: Dreams 00:00 - Introduction 05:25 - News 10:00 - Facts 19:50 - What are dreams 25:00 - Why do we dream 41:27 - Daydreaming 1:02:15 - Ending and Outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by using the player above, searching for "The Conduct…
May 4, 2021

Biomolecules: Types and Functions

Introduction The human body is composed of roughly 30 trillion cells that collectively perform the essential functions of life. The cells can perform these life-sustaining tasks with the help of several organic molecules present in them. These organic molecules are referred to as biomolecules. The biomolecules have a wide range…
May 2, 2021

The Emotion of Awe: A Catalyst for Self-Transformation

Name: Alice Chirico Number of lab members or colleagues (excluding PI): A lot! And the team is constantly growing! I have to confess that my closest collaborators are hard to identify. I can provide you with some names: prof. Andrea Gaggioli (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan), prof.…
PodcastPodcast: Conduct Science
April 28, 2021

CSP: Endangered Species

The Conduct Science Podcast: Endangered Species 00:00 - Intro 02:05 - Announcement 06:30 - News 17:45 - Not so fun facts 20:35 - What are endangered species 25:00 - IUCN Red List 44:16 - How animals become endangered? 59:16 - Conservation strategies 1:09:00 - What YOU can do 1:11:45 -…
PodcastPodcast: Conduct Science
April 22, 2021

CSP: Astrobiology

The Conduct Science Podcast: Astrobiology 00:00 - Intro 05:15 - News 12:00 - What is astrobiology 19:45 - what astrobiologists do 33:45 - NASA's astrobiology roadmap 38:45 - The search for life 45:30 - Is there life out there? The drake equation and Fermi paradox 1:03:00 - Ending and outro…
April 21, 2021

Predictive Models for Determining Onset of Menopause

Predicting the onset of menopause can help women better prepare for this phase of life. Thankfully, researchers from the Jyväskylä University want to make this possible. Menopause Usually, menopause occurs naturally in women when their menstrual period ceases. That is, a woman's ovaries decrease the production of eggs for fertilization.…
Mastering the Microtome
Laboratory TechniquesProtocolsScience
April 20, 2021

The Cryostat-Microtome

A Glimpse into the History of a Cryostat A Cryostat is a versatile and high-quality machine that generates low temperatures for tissue sectioning. The word “Cryostat” originates from two separate Greek words “Kryos”, meaning cold, and “stat”, meaning stable. Sir James Dewar, Scottish Physicist, and Chemist are credited for the…
Monkey Embryos
April 16, 2021

Human-Monkey Embryos Spark an Ethical Debate

The recent news that researchers managed to grow human cells in monkey embryos divides the scientific community. Even though this experiment helps us understand cellular development better, some think that such inquiries are unnecessary. However, this is not the first time scientists made attempts to combine animal embryos with human…
PodcastPodcast: Conduct Science
April 7, 2021

CSP: Parasites

The Conduct Science Podcast: Entropy and Tenet 00:00 - Introduction 02:38 - News 10:26 - Facts 16:30 - What is parasitism 33:00 - Parasitic strategies 37:50 - Parasite examples 47:30 - Mind control parasites 53:00 - Alien: Xenomorphs 1:06:00 - Ending and outro You can listen to The Conduct Science…
April 7, 2021

Creating and Sustaining Movements in Medicine

Name: Alister Martin Number of core colleagues on your team: 7 Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts Graduation Date: 2015 H-index: 3 Grants: 3 Success of your lab’s members/colleagues: Shuhan is the Tony Stark of medicine. Twitter followers: 3500 Hello! Who are you and what are you working on? Hi! My name is…
Laboratory TechniquesProtocolsScience
April 5, 2021

The Nuclear Overhauser Effect

Introduction The nuclear overhauser effect is defined as a change in the integrated intensity of one spin when the equilibrium population of another spin is perturbed by saturation or inversion. So, it is the transfer of nuclear spin polarization from one spin-active nucleus to another. However, the nuclei being irradiated…
PodcastPodcast: Conduct Science
March 31, 2021

CSP: Entropy and Tenet

The Conduct Science Podcast: Entropy and Tenet 00:00 - Intro 05:15 - News 12:35 - What is Entropy 18:40 - Information entropy 25:40 - Exploring entropy 30:40 - the arrow of time 39:30 - Spoiler Warning 41:08 - Tenet Review 45:45 - The science of Tenet 58:30 - Questions of…

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