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Clement Farah
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"There's this assumption that the more data you have, the better your marketing will be. But you have to ask: is your data measuring the things that drive growth?" -- Adam Lavelle
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These 7 courses will teach you how to launch a successful online business http://tnw.me/kEBlt1e
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Watch: IBM Watson creates the first AI-made movie trailer – and it’s really eerie http://tnw.me/lJVyZkV
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Recording Analog Memories in Human Cells

Engineers program human cells to store complex histories in their DNA.

The research is in Science. (full access paywall)

#crispr #genetics
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Large Human Brain Evolved as a Result of 'Sizing Each Other Up'

Experts suggest that complex decisions of whether to help someone or not could have led to the disproportionately large human brain.

The research is in Scientific Reports. (full open access)

#evolution #neuroscience
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Visualization of Newly Formed Synapses With Unprecedented Resolution

Researchers from Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience optimized a spatiotemporally controlled method that induces and visualizes the formation of synapses in cortical neurons.

The research is in Science. (full access paywall)

#neuroscience #synapses
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Exposing the Brain’s Clock

Effects of circadian clocks and sleep loss vary across brain regions, new study finds.

The research is in Science. (full access paywall)
Exposing the Brain’s Clock
Exposing the Brain’s Clock
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THE SCREEN IS YOU

This is why it's important to not just do the same things over and over again when online, but to try new social media and different kinds of apps, to read blogs and news sites that describe opinions different than our own, to meet new people, including people that we don't know in the face-to-face world.

Otherwise, the screen too easily becomes a feedback-looped mirror that encourages us to get stuck in a psychological rut, like Narcissus in Greek mythology who stared forever at his own reflection in a pond.
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