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Combatting the Scourge
12/14/2018
Malaria has been described as “the perennial scourge of mankind,” with over 200 million cases reported annually resulting in up to 750,000 deaths and incalculable misery. The disease is most common in the tropical and subtropical regions that surround the equator, including Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and Asia, but it may be found in any … Continue reading "Combatting the Scourge"
Tool Use, Technology and the Evolution of the Human Mind
12/13/2018
We “behaviorally modern humans” likely emerged more than 100,000 years ago in Africa, spread across that continent and eventually all over the planet, effectively replacing all closely related potentially competitive species. Among many possible explanations, was the co-evolution of the human mind with tool use and technology – ranging all the way from simple stone … Continue reading "Tool Use, Technology and the Evolution of the Human Mind"
Looking Toward 2020 with Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown
12/12/2018
Willie Brown has spent his life in public service. He served over 30 years in the California State Assembly – 15 of those years as Speaker – before becoming the first African American mayor of San Francisco. For the past 10 years, he’s been writing a column for the San Francisco Chronicle on politics, movies, … Continue reading "Looking Toward 2020 with Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown"
Your Brain on Advertisements
12/11/2018
Advertisers are always looking to better understand consumers’ preferences and decision making. The application of neuroscience knowledge and techniques to answer market and media research questions is not new but in our digital age, the practice raises new questions about privacy, informed consent, and consumer autonomy in decision making. Dr. Carl Marci, Chief Neuroscientist at … Continue reading "Your Brain on Advertisements"
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