Daily Archives: March 12, 2016

From Fight Aging!: Recent Advances in Anti-Amyloid Passive Immunization

The research results related in “Recent Advances in Anti-Amyloid Passive Immunization” are at the mouse model stage, so enthusiasm should be muted. However, this appears to be a very promising development in harnessing the immune system to clear amyloid ß from … Continue reading

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Hans-Hermann Hoppe: Why Democracy Fails

‘On this week’s episode, we feature a past talk given by Hans-Hermann Hoppe highlighting some of the key points he makes in his book Democracy: The God That Failed. The subject seems particularly topical as American elites have become increasingly … Continue reading

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Two’s company, three (or more) is a simplex: Algebraic-topological tools for understanding higher-order structure in neural data

‘The language of graph theory, or network science, has proven to be an exceptional tool for addressing myriad problems in neuroscience. Yet, the use of networks is predicated on a critical simplifying assumption: that the quintessential unit of interest in … Continue reading

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