Monthly Archives: October 2013

I was skeptical but now I’m convinced: Math matters – Quartz

Interesting article on why its important to not only to be able to do math but also think mathematically. I was skeptical but now I’m convinced: Math matters – Quartz.  

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Convrrting fat cells to liver cells

Very interesting implications for treating disease and hereditary illness “Converting fat cells from liposection to liver cells in nine days — a regenerative medicine breakthrough” http://feedly.com/k/1h7FC8L

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Magnetoshell for shielding in reentry

This is very interesting “Magnetoshell could be developed more quickly for use with the Mars free return mission” http://feedly.com/k/16AEF6F

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Gartner list of ten strategic technologies is a subset of McKinsey’s twelve disruptive technologies

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Most scientific studies are probablly wrong

Interesting reading. Its amazing how bad ao many scientific studies are. This article suggests part of the reason is there is little negative consequences if authours publish poor studies but if they sont publish they will likely loose influence, money, … Continue reading

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Drug restores cells that are missing in MS patients

Very cool and very interesting http://feedly.com/k/GO6MmT

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Thinking Is Research, Too! | The Beacon

Deep, pure, and unfocused thinking is just as important if not more important that analytical thought focused on some problem. Indeed most of our paradigm shifting ideas and technology comes from this sort of thinking. Ots better than the alternative. … Continue reading

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