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SOCIAL ISOLATION AS UNHEALTHY AS SMOK ING Observant

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NEUROSCIENCE FOR POLICY, NEUROSCIENCE FOR SOCIETY. The Neuroethics Blog

COVID-19: A GREAT LESSON FOR GLOBAL WARMING Observant

#METOO: YOU TOO? Observant

PREDICTING POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER: THE UPCOMING ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS The Neuroethics Blog

CREATING OPPORTUNITIES Observant

LESSONS I'VE LEARNT FROM CREATING A SCIENCE PODCAST. Nature

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WEARABLE BRAIN TECHNOLOGIES ARE COOL, BUT STILL A POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS ENIGMA. Massive Science

WHAT'S WRONG WITH INJECTING HUMAN BRAIN GENES INTO MONKEYS? Massive Science

WE ARE SCIENTISTS, NOT WOMEN IN SCIENCE Observant

WHEN A REVOLUTIONARY INVENTION GETS IN THE WRONG HANDS: A CRISPR CATASTROPHE Observant

HOW I EMBRACED MY FIRST ACADEMIC REJECTION Nature

PAYWALLS: TAKING SCIENCE BACKWARDS Observant

The Stem Cell Debate: Is it over?

THE STEM CELL DEBATE: IS IT OVER? The Neuroethics Blog

OPINION: Transgenerational diseases:

OPINION: TRANSGENERATIONAL DISEASES: ARE YOU TO BLAME? Observant

Scientists are untangling our bodies

SCIENTISTS ARE UNTANGLING OUR BODIES'GENETIC 'DOUBLE-EDGED SWORDS' Massive Science

Genetic editing: The principles of e

GENETIC EDITING: THE PRINCIPLIES OF EVOLUTION, REDEFINED Observant

OPINION: Modern Frankenstein fears

OPINION: MODERN FRANKSTEIN FEARS Observant

My indecisive decision

MY INDECISIVE DECISION Observant

The biased shift: from bench to beds

THE BIASED SHIFT: FROM BENCH TO BEDSIDE Observant

Why we should talk more about the et

WHY WE SHOULD TALK MORE ABOUT THE ETHICS OF NEUROSCIENCES Observant

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