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The Science of Sleep (and the Art of Productivity) | Dr. Matthew Carter | TEDxNorthAdams

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs I’d like to start by asking you to imagine yourself in the following scenario: you are a high school senior, or the parent of a high school senior, and you’re interested in a potential college, and so you arrange for a campus visit. And you go on a campus […]

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Bill Nye The Science Guy: ‘We Need Sweeping Changes’ | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC

BY THE END OF THIS CENTURY, IF BY THE END OF THIS CENTURY, IF EMISSIONS KEEP RISING THE EMISSIONS KEEP RISING THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE ON EARTH AVERAGE TEMPERATURE ON EARTH COULD GO UP ANOTHER 4 TO 8 COULD GO UP ANOTHER 4 TO 8 DEGREES. DEGREES. THE PLANET’S ON [ BLEEP ] FIRE. THE PLANET’S […]

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The biology of Alzheimer’s – and what we might do to cure it | Lou Reese

Why do people get Alzheimer’s? How do you differentiate amongst the different types, and what’s really going on? With imaging now we can see the accumulation of certain toxic proteins in people’s brains. There is general consensus that there are a number of these that are implicated in the disease. A-beta (or Beta-Amyloid), tau, alpha […]

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The Science of Receiving Feedback: Mentor Workshop Introduction

I don’t know anybody who thinks that feedback conversations work. Whether that’s in your family or with your friends or in your organization, whether you have it to give or unsolicited advice or criticism or offhand comments or your performance review are being aimed at you, the feedback conversations are dreaded and often dismissed. And […]

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