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Becoming a Science Writer
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"How do I become a science writer?" is a common question that we get asked here at Technology Networks. That is why for this installment of Teach Me in 10, the guests are … well, us! We wanted to share stories of how we became science writers and communicators, highlighting some of the things that we have learned through our journeys and offering some top tips and tricks.

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What Is Neuroplasticity? With Dr Michael Merzenich
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Throughout your lifetime, your brain continuously revises its own wiring. This ability of the brain to change and adapt is referred to as neuroplasticity (neuro = neuron, plasticity = the malleability of the brain). Here to explain precisely what neuroplasticity is, how it happens and how we can harness it, is one of the world's leading minds in this area – Dr Michael Merzenich.

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COVID, One Year Later: What Do We Know Now?
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ACS Reactions catch up with experts they talked to at the start of the pandemic and ask, "what do we know now that we didn’t back then?"

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Orientation: The Planes of the Brain
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In this video, Suzanne Stensaas, PhD, from the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at the University of Utah, explains some basic neuroanatomy.

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Up Close and Personal With Platelets – Professor Nicholas Pugh
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In this Teach Me in 10, Professor Nicholas Pugh brings us up close and personal with platelets. What are they? What are they essential for in human physiology? Why is it important that we study them? Watch the video to find out more.

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Teach Me in 10 – Dementia Research in 2021 With Ed Pinches
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In this installment of Teach Me in 10, we're joined by Ed Pinches, science communications officer at Alzheimer's Research UK, who talks to us about the landscape of dementia research in 2021 and the path to new breakthroughs.

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Teach Me in 10 – The Power of Different With Gail Saltz Part II
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In this installment of Teach Me in 10, we're joined by Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychoanalyst, bestselling author, columnist and podcast host Dr Gail Saltz, a go-to expert on several physiological and mental health issues.

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Teach Me in 10 – The Power of Different With Gail Saltz Part I
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In this installment of Teach Me in 10, we're joined by Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychoanalyst, bestselling author, columnist and podcast host Dr Gail Saltz. Dr Saltz examines the connection between the potential for great talent, and conditions that are commonly thought of as "disabilities".

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Teach Me in 10 – Proteomics and Psychotic Disorders With Dr David Mongan
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Can we predict psychotic disorders using a blood test? This week on Teach Me in 10, we're joined by psychiatrist and PhD student Dr David Mongan, who talks to us about proteomic prediction models for psychotic disorders and psychotic experiences.

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The Science of Christmas With the University of Exeter
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Go on a magical journey through the science of Christmas with this talk conducted by Dr Jolyon Troscianko.

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