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Neuroscience 2021: What To Watch on Day 2

While Neuroscience 2021’s in-person offering was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the conference is still going ahead online November 8-11. Here, we pick a few highlights from day two of the conference
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Neuroscience 2021: What To Watch on Day 1

While Neuroscience 2021’s in-person offering was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the conference is still going ahead online November 8-11. Here, we pick a few highlights from day one of the conference.
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Towards Improved Data Reproducibility

In this article, we look at some of the measures we can take as individual scientists and as a global community to improve the reproducibility and rigor of scientific endeavor.
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Menopausal Hormone Therapy and Dementia

Technology Networks interviewed Dr. Yana Vinogradova to discuss the menopause, menopausal hormone therapy and whether there are any links between its use and dementia risk.
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Molecules, Mountains and Making the World a Better Place

Technology Networks recently interviewed Dr. Arlene Blum, renowned mountaineer and director of the Green Science Policy Institute. In this interview, she recalls some of her greatest achievements, advises how we can work to reduce our exposure to toxic chemicals and how to communicate science to create change.
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Reconnecting at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2021

Technology Networks is delighted to be reporting – in person – from The European Laboratory Research & Innovation Group (ELRIG)'s Drug Discovery 2021 meeting. In this article, we explore the key themes discussed in the meeting's opening address.
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Could Ketamine Help Tackle Gambling Addiction?

Recruitment is now underway for a first-of-its-kind study investigating the potential of ketamine to fight gambling addiction. The new research will look to explore whether ketamine’s effect on human memory might be leveraged to break down the “superstitious thinking” that is common in gambling addiction, as well as lessen the general habit or compulsive urge to gamble.
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The Neuroscience of... Creativity

Given the scale of human ingenuity, it has been no mean feat for science to define and study the neural basis of the creative process. In this article, the latest in our “The Neuroscience of…” series, we investigate the research that has attempted to understand where creativity emerges in the brain and why it exists in the first place.
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Western Blot Procedures, Analysis and Purpose

There are many reasons you may need to determine the presence (or absence) and size of a given protein within a sample, potentially against a background of many others. The western blot is one such technique that offers these capabilities. In this article, we discuss what western blots are, how they are performed, what they show us and how they differ to related techniques.
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Teach Me in 10 Hub Page

At Technology Networks we understand the importance of time. That's why we've launched Teach Me in 10 a video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, or technology in 10 minutes or less.
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