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Scientific Sense ®

385 EpisodesProduced by Gill EapenWebsite

Scientific Sense ® is a daily podcast focused on Science and Economics. Unscripted conversations with leading academics on a daily basis on emerging ideas. The host is Gill Eapen. Support this podcast:

385 Episodes | 2020 - 2023

Prof. Reinhilde Veugelers of KU Leuven in Belgium on risk aversion in R&D funding

December 1st, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Reinhilde Veugelers is Professor of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation at the KU Leuven in Belgium, known for her research on science and innovation. She is also a …

Celina Lee, CEO of Zindi on the quest to increasing access to AI in Africa and developing countries.

November 10th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Celina Lee is the CEO and co-founder of Zindi. Zindi hosts the largest community of African data scientists, …

Prof. Barbara Petrongolo of University of Oxford on gender inequality, trends, and policy

November 3rd, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Barbara Petrongolo is a Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford. She is Fellow of the British …

Prof. Lise Vesterlund of the University of Pittsburgh on Putting a Stop to Women’s Dead-End Work

October 18th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof Lise Vesterlund is professor of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. She is also on the board of …

Prof. Paul Sutter of Stony Brook University on Cosmic Voids and the Structure of the Universe

October 17th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Paul Sutter is a research professor at the Institute for Advanced Computational Science at Stony Brook …

Prof. Alexander Sack of Maastricht University on brain stimulation and treatment of CNS diseases

October 7th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Alexander Sack is professor and chair of applied cognitive neuroscience at Maastricht University. He is also …

Prof. Roman Sheremeta of Case Western University on the Russian war on Ukraine and International law

September 29th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Roman Sheremeta is Associate Professor of Economics at Case Western Reserve University, Co-Chair of Ukrainian American House and Founding Rector of American University of Kyiv.

Prof. Matthias Kling of Stanford on Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) upgrade and applications

September 26th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Matthias Kling is Professor of Photon Science and Applied Physics at Stanford University and the Director of the Science, Research and Development (SRD) Division at the Linac …

Prof. James Tabery of the University of Utah on the Tyranny of the Gene

September 21st, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: James Tabery is professor at the University of Utah, with appointments in the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Internal Medicine (Center for Health Ethics, Arts, and the …

Prof. Stephanie Cherqui of UCSD on Cystinosis, Friedreich’s ataxia, Alzheimer’s and gene therapy

September 18th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Stephanie Cherqui is professor of Pediatrics at the University of California San Diego. Her research project …

Prof. Maria Castro of University of Michigan on Brain Cancer

September 8th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Maria Castro is Professor of Neurosurgery, and Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, at the …

Prof. Robert Lufkin on Metabolic Syndrome

August 31st, 2023


Lies I taught in medical school and the truths that can save your life. Please subscribe to this channel:

Dr. Ian Williams on Various Topics

August 28th, 2023


Extra Terrestrials, Fake News and Other Topics.

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Prof. Ellen Armour of Vanderbilt University on Seeing is Believing

July 13th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Ellen Armour is Professor and Chair of Feminist Theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School. She also directs the …

Dr. Julio Guerrero, CEO and founder of Cambridge Research and Technology on Energy Technologies

June 30th, 2023


Decision Options ® by Gill Eapen: Dr. Julio Guerrero who is CEO and founder of Cambridge Research and Technology L.L.C., which provides consulting …

Prof. Julia Lane from NYU on AI policy

January 30th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Julia Lane is a Professor at the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. She served in the National AI …

Prof. Ayelet Fishbach of the University of Chicago on the science of motivation

January 29th, 2023


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Ayelet Fishbach is Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of …

Prof. Holden Thorp is Chief Editor Science on Covid, Misinformation, JWST and discrimination

December 20th, 2022


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Holden Thorp is Editor-in-Chief of Science family of journals. Before he was provost at Washington University …

Prof. Leah Krubitzer of University of California, Davis on the future of the brain.

November 29th, 2022


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Leah Krubitzer is professor in the Department of Psychology and Center for Neuroscience at the University of …

Prof Trey Ideker of UCSD on AI applications in Biology and Life Sciences

November 22nd, 2022


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof Trey Ideker is Professor of Medicine, Bioengineering and Computer Science at the University of California, San …

Prof. Alessandro Gavazza of London School of Economics on mortgages, cars and market friction

November 6th, 2022


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Alessandro Gavazza is Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and Research Fellow of the Centre …

Prof. Adriana Lleras-Muney of UCLA on the relationships between socio-economic status and health

August 29th, 2022


The Persistent Effects of Decreasing Labor-Market Discrimination, Do Youth Employment Programs Work? Evidence from the New Deal, The association between educational attainment and longevity using individual-level data …

Prof. Louise Westling of the University of Oregon on Deep History and the Rhythm of Catastrophe

June 24th, 2022


Deep History and the Rhythm of Catastrophe and Merleau-Ponty and the Eco-Literary Imaginary,   

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Louise Westling is Professor Emerita of English and Environmental Studies at the …

Prof. Benedict C. Albensi of Nova SouthEastern University on Nuclear Factor Kappa B and Mitochondria

June 14th, 2022


What Is Nuclear Factor Kappa B (NF-κB) Doing in and to the Mitochondrion? Evidence for the Involvement of TNF and NF-kB in Hippocampal Synaptic …

Prof. Donna Ginther of the University of Kansas on biases in academic and research decisions

June 11th, 2022


WOMEN AND STEM, Race, Ethnicity, and NIH Research Awards, Reflections on race, ethnicity, and NIH research awards, Gender, Race, and Academic Career Outcomes —Does Economics Mirror Other Disciplines?, Does Mentoring …

Prof. Bonnie Firestein of Rutgers University on Cypin and Brain Injury

May 30th, 2022


Cypin regulates dendrite patterning in hippocampal neurons by promoting microtubule assembly, Structural characterization of the zinc binding domain …

Prof. Priscilla Wald of Duke Univ. on how genomics is rewriting race, medicine and human history

May 23rd, 2022


Blood and stories: how genomics is rewriting race, medicine and human history, and Replicant Being - Law and Strange Life in the Age of Biotechnology …

Dr. Marcela Uliano-Silva of the Wellcome Sanger Institute on error-free genome assemblies

May 18th, 2022


Towards complete and error-free genome assemblies of all vertebrate species, The Earth BioGenome Project 2020: Starting the clock, and Scientific excellence in sequencing all life on Earth depends on justice, equity, …

Dr. Iain McDonald of the Open University & Univ. of Manchester on Rogue exoplanets

May 11th, 2022


The hunt for rogue planets just got tougher, No large population of unbound or wide-orbit Jupiter-mass planets, Kepler K2 Campaign 9: I. Candidate …

Prof. Timothy Cernak of the Univ of Michigan on supply chains, antivirals and molecular sonification

May 7th, 2022


Reinforcing the supply chain of umifenovir and other antiviral drugs with retrosynthetic software,  Ultrahigh-Throughput Experimentation for Information-Rich Chemical Synthesis, A map of the amine–carboxylic acid …

Prof. Paul Novosad of Dartmouth College on Developing Country Policies.

May 3rd, 2022


COVID mortality in India: National survey data and health facility deaths,  Intergenerational Mobility in India: New Methods and Estimates Across Time, Space, and Communities, The Long-run Development Impacts of …

Prof. Dean Karlan of Northwestern University on Poverty, Mental Health, Borrowing and Interventions.

April 30th, 2022


Big Loans to Small Businesses: Predicting Winners and Losers in an Entrepreneurial Lending Experiment, Mental Health Therapy as a Core Strategy for Increasing Human Capital: Evidence from Ghana, Randomization for …

Prof. John Sullins of Sonoma State University on Artificial Intelligence

April 27th, 2022


Great Philosophical Objections to Artificial Intelligence, The AI Wars, 1950 - 2000, and their consequences, The Role of Consciousness and Artificial …

Dr. Shruti Rajagopalan of George Mason University on Socialistic Policies in India.

April 22nd, 2022


The 1991 Reforms and the Quest for Economic Freedom in India, and Battling COVID-19 with dysfunctional federalism: Lessons from India  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Dr. Shruti Rajagopalan is a Senior Research …

Prof. Julie Adams of the Oregon State University on Human-Robot Teaming.

April 19th, 2022


SAHRTA: A Supervisory-Based Adaptive Human-Robot Teaming Architecture and Human-Collective Collaborative Site Selection  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill …

Prof. Emil Martinec of the University of Chicago on String Theory

April 14th, 2022


4 Part Series on String Theory : Part 4, Super String Theory  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Emil Martinec is Professor of Physics at the …

Prof. Monica Smith of UCLA on Resource Management in early Urban Centers and Complex Societies.

April 6th, 2022


The origins of the sustainability concept: Risk perception and resource management in early urban centers, Linear Statecraft along the Nile: …

Prof. Emil Martinec of the University of Chicago on the Grand Unification Theories in Physics

April 3rd, 2022


Early attempts at the Grand Unification Theories in Physics  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Emil Martinec is Professor of Physics at the …

Prof. Emil Martinec of the University of Chicago on the Theory of Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

March 27th, 2022


4 Part Series on String Theory: Part 2, Theory of Gravity and Quantum Mechanics  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Emil Martinec is Professor …

Prof. Emil Martinec of the University of Chicago on String Theory: Part I, The 4 Fundamental forces

March 25th, 2022


4 Part Series on String Theory: Part I, The Four Fundamental Forces

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Emil Martinec is Professor of Physics at …

Prof. Rita Goldstein of the Icahn School of Medicine on neuropsychological studies in addiction

March 21st, 2022


Drug Addiction and Its Underlying Neurobiological Basis: Neuroimaging Evidence for the Involvement of the Frontal Cortex, Neuroimaging Impaired …

Prof. Jacqueline M. Hidalgo of Williams College on Religion, Migration and Politics

March 16th, 2022


The Bible as a Text of Migration.

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Jacqueline M. Hidalgo is Professor of Latina Studies and of Religion as well as Associate Dean for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion …

Prof. Anusha Chari of the University of North Carolina on shocks and capital flows in emerging markets

March 11th, 2022


Quantitative Easing, Its Aftermath, and Emerging Market Capital Flows, Global Fund Flows and Emerging Market Tail Risk,  Distress Risk in emerging …

Prof. James Shapiro of the University of Chicago on Evolution, a View from the 21st Century.

February 28th, 2022


Evolutionary Change is Naturally Biological and Teleological, Engines of Innovation: Biological Origins of Genome Evolution, What We Have Learned …

Prof. Susan Alberts of Duke University on social behavior of baboons and other mammals

February 27th, 2022


Intergenerational effects of early adversity on survival in wild baboons, Social bonds, social status and survival in wild baboons: a tale of two …

Prof. Gisela Kaplan of the University of New England, Armidale, Australia on Birds and Primates

February 24th, 2022


Pointing gesture in a bird- merely instrumental or a cognitively complex behavior?, Play behaviour, not tool using, relates to brain mass in a sample …

Prof. Enrique Neblett of the University of Michigan on Racism and Health

February 19th, 2022


Future Directions in Research on Racism-Related Stress and Racial-Ethnic Protective Factors for Black Youth, OC symptoms in African American young …

Prof. Emmanuelle Auriol of Toulouse School of Economics on Cannabis, immigration and promotion bias

February 16th, 2022


Weeding out the Dealers? The Economics of Cannabis Legalization, Cannabis: How to Take Control Back?, Skilled Immigration: A Visa for Growth, …

Prof. Kate Scholberg of Duke University on supernovae and neutrinos

February 13th, 2022


Supernova Neutrino Burst Detection with the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, A Next-Generation SuperNova Early Warning System for …

Dr. Thomas Fellowes of the University of Sydney on environmental effects on atoll nations

February 9th, 2022


Patterns of island change and persistence offer alternate adaptation pathways for atoll nations, Sustained coral reef growth in the critical wave …

Dr Ana Bugnot of the University of Sydney on environmental impact of human development

February 5th, 2022


Urban impacts across realms: Making the case for inter-realm monitoring and management, Current and projected global extent of marine built structures, Belowground ecosystem engineers enhance biodiversity and function …

Prof. Vineet Arora of the University of Chicago on scientific misinformation

February 4th, 2022


A coordinated strategy to develop and distribute infographics addressing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and misinformation, Addressing Medical Misinformation in the Patient-Clinician Relationship, and Prevalence of Personal …

Prof. Susan Goldin-Meadow of the University of Chicago on gestures

January 22nd, 2022


Discovering the Biases Children Bring to Language Learning,  Approaching Learning Hands First How Gesture Influences Thought, Taking a Hands-on Approach to Learning, and Using Gesture To Identify and Address Early …

Prof. Jörg Rocholl is the president of ESMT, Berlin on political corporate boards and firm value

January 17th, 2022


Do Politically Connected Boards Affect Firm Value?, Politically Connected Boards of Directors and The Allocation of Procurement Contracts, …

Prof. Ulrike Malmendier iof the University of California, Berkeley on behavior and decision-making

January 12th, 2022


Exposure to Grocery Prices and Inflation Expectations, Behavioral CEOs: The Role of Managerial Overconfidence, Behavioral Corporate Finance: The Life …

Prof. Johanna Drucker of UCLA on the Ethics of Aesthetics and Alphabet Histories

January 7th, 2022


The Ethics of Aesthetics: Visualizing Catastrophe and Alphabet Histories  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Johanna Drucker is Professor of Bibliographical Studies at UCLA. Her research interests span artists’ …

Prof. Maria-Luisa Alegre of the University of Chicago on Organ Transplant Rejection

December 23rd, 2021


Gut microbes contribute to variation in solid organ transplant outcomes in mice, Impact of the Microbiota on Solid Organ Transplant Rejection, …

Prof. Azra Raza of Columbia University on Cancer diagnosis, prevention and treatment

December 16th, 2021


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Azra Raza is Professor of Medicine and the Director of the MDS Center at Columbia University. Her research …

Prof. Nathalie Mathieu-Bolh of University of Vermont on the economics of obesity, food and policy

December 14th, 2021


We are what we eat: Obesity, income, and social comparisons, Could obesity be contagious? social influence, food consumption behavior, and body …

Prof. Philip Lebel of Montclair State University on risk, economic growth and policy

December 11th, 2021


The Role of Creative Innovation in Economic Growth, Managing Risk in Africa Through Institutional Reform, and Risk and the State: How Economics and …

Prof. Frank Wilczek of MIT and the 2004 Nobel Laureate in Physics on the Fundamentals of Physics

December 8th, 2021


Fundamentals: Keys to Reality  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Frank Wilczek who is Professor of Physics at MIT and the 2004 Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is Known for the discovery of asymptotic freedom, the …

Prof. Nadine Strossen of New York Law School on free speech and cancel culture

December 6th, 2021


America’s Censored Speech Platforms, and Resisting Cancel Culture  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Nadine Strossen is Professor of Law, …

Prof. Alex Frangi of the University of Leeds on in-silico clinical trials

December 4th, 2021


In-silico trial of intracranial flow diverters replicates and expands insights from conventional clinical trials, and Virtual endovascular treatment …

Prof. Jennifer Jordan of IMD, Switzerland on leadership

December 3rd, 2021


Every Leader Needs to Navigate These 7 Tensions, Cracking the millennial code, and Antecedents of leaders' power sharing: The roles of power …

Prof. Bruce Hammock of University of California, Davis on insect Biology and Mammalian Enzomology

November 26th, 2021


Insect Biology, Mammalian Enzomology, Metabolomics and Mass Spectrometry, and Immunoassay and Biosensor

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. …

Prof. Deirdre McCloskey of the University of Illinois at Chicago on Libertarianism and Economics

November 23rd, 2021


Why You Are Not a Conservative, Wokesters, Wake!, Infantilized Liberalism, The Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren are Immense, Prudence Over Sustainability, and How Growth Starts

Scientific Sense ® by Gill …

Prof. Kenneth Pomeranz of the University of Chicago on China, Europe, and the making of the modern World economy

November 19th, 2021


The great divergence China, Europe, and the making of the modern World economy

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Kenneth Pomeranz is Professor of Modern Chinese History at the University of Chicago

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Prof. Claudia Flores of the University of Chicago on aligning law enforcement with human rights

November 17th, 2021


Global impunity: How police laws & policies in the world’s wealthiest countries fail international human rights standards  

Scientific Sense ® by …

Prof. Holly Ingraham of UCSF on Estrogen signaling in the brain and gut

November 15th, 2021


Estrogen signaling in arcuate Kiss1 neurons suppresses a sex-dependent female circuit promoting dense strong bones, Oestrogen engages brain MC4R signaling to drive physical activity in female mice, and LRH-1 mitigates …

Prof. Wendy Pearlman of Northwestern University on Syrian uprising and politics

November 12th, 2021


Narratives of Fear in Syria, Moral Identity and Protest Cascades in Syria, Mobilizing From Scratch: Large-Scale Collective Action Without Preexisting …

Prof. Sreekumar Bhaskaran of Southern Methodist University on durable goods pricing & distribution

November 10th, 2021


Selling and Leasing Strategies for Durable Goods with Complementary Products, Implications of Channel Structure for Leasing or Selling Durable Goods, Consumer Mental Accounts and Implications to Selling Base Products …

Prof. Marianna Bolognesi of the University of Bologna on language, concepts and communication.

November 8th, 2021


Editors’ Introduction: Abstract Concepts: Structure, Processing, and Modeling, How language and image construct synaesthetic metaphors in print advertising, On abstraction: decoupling conceptual concreteness and …

Prof. Ryan Ogliore of Washington University in St. Louis on comets, meteorites, and Earth's water

November 6th, 2021


Incorporation of a late-forming chondrule into comet wild 2, Earth’s water may have been inherited from material similar to enstatite chondrite …

Prof. Lance Dixon of Stanford University on the connection between gravity and subnuclear forces

November 4th, 2021


How the fundamental force of gravity is essentially the “square” of the subnuclear forces underlying the Standard Model of particle physics (gauge theory), and how this idea can be used for gravitational wave physics.   

Prof. Claudia Goldin of Harvard on Career & Family: Women’s Century Long Journey Toward Equity

November 2nd, 2021


Career & Family: Women’s Century Long Journey Toward Equity

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Claudia Goldin is Professor of Economics at …

Prof. Matteo Maggiori of Stanford University on investor beliefs, trading, and global capital flows

October 30th, 2021


Five facts about beliefs and portfolios, The joint dynamics of investor beliefs and trading during the covid-19 crash, A model of the international …

Prof. Keith Riles of the University of Michigan on Continuous Gravitational Waves

October 28th, 2021


All-sky Search for Continuous Gravitational Waves from Isolated Neutron Stars LIGO Data

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Keith Riles, …

Dr. Carol Gould and Dr. Ian Williams on the history of Pink Floyd ®

October 23rd, 2021


Pink Floyd ®: A look back

Prof. Carol Gould is a Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University, where she teaches primarily Aesthetics, …

Mr. Steve Hoffman of Founders Space on how technology is shaping our future

October 18th, 2021


The five forces that change everything: How technology is shaping our future   

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Mr. Steve Hoffman who is the CEO of …

Prof. Wendy Freedman of the University of Chicago on the tension on Hubble Constant measurements

October 15th, 2021


Answering the Most Important Problem in Cosmology Today: Is the Tension in the Hubble Constant Real?  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Professor …

Prof. Vardit Ravitsky of the University of Montreal on the ethics of genetic testing & communication

October 13th, 2021


Conceived and Deceived: The Medical Interests of Donor-Conceived Individuals, Autonomous Choice and the Right to Know One’s Genetic Origins, Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) Identifying key clinical, ethical, …

Prof. Gianluca Carnabuci of ESMT Berlin on Innovation

October 11th, 2021


Knowledge Specialization, Knowledge Brokerage and the Uneven Growth of Technology Domains, The Ecology of Technological Progress: How Symbiosis and …

Prof. Michael Gibbs of the University of Chicago on working from Home

October 9th, 2021


Work from Home & Productivity: Evidence from Personnel & Analytics Data on IT Professionals, “Working” remotely? selection, treatment, and the market provision of remote work, and Why Working From Home Will …

Dr. Christof Koch of Allen Institute on the architecture of the brain and consciousness

October 7th, 2021


A survey of spiking activity reveals a functional hierarchy of mouse corticothalamic visual areas, Human cortical expansion involves diversification …

Prof. Dean Buonomano of UCLA on the biology of time

October 5th, 2021


The biology of time across different scales, Population clocks: motor timing with neural dynamics, Temporal Perceptual Learning, and The Neural Basis …

Prof. Garance Genicot of Georgetown University on aspirations, inequality, networks and elections

October 3rd, 2021


Tolerance and Compromise in Social Networks, Aspirations and inequality,  Electoral Systems and Inequalities in Government Interventions, and …

Prof. Gautam Menon of Ashoka University on the dynamics of COVID spread and policies in India

October 1st, 2021


The dynamics of COVID spread and policies in India

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Gautam Menon is Professor of Physics and Biology, and …

Prof. James Hughes of the University of Massachusetts on public policy, sociology and ethics

September 29th, 2021


EcoSocialism and the Technoprogressive Perspective, The Politics of Moral Enhancement: Tripping our Way to Social Democracy, and A Socialist Approach …

Prof. Amy Orsborn of the University of Washington on brain-machine interfaces

September 27th, 2021


Closed-Loop Decoder Adaptation Shapes Neural Plasticity for Skillful Neuroprosthetic Control, Parsing learning in networks using brain–machine …

Prof. Teresa Fort, Associate Professor of Dartmouth College on the decline in US manufacturing

September 25th, 2021


New Perspectives on the Decline of US Manufacturing Employment, Structural Change Within Versus Across Firms: Evidence from the United States, …

Prof. Gabriele Veneziano of Collège de France on the Quantum Universe and String Theory

September 23rd, 2021


A Quantum Universe Before the Big Bang(s), String Theory and Pre-big bang Cosmology, and High-energy collisions of particles, strings and branes.  

Prof. Gina Poe of UCLA on Sleep

September 21st, 2021


Input Source and Strength Influences Overall Firing Phase of Model Hippocampal Pyramidal Cells During Theta: Relevance to REM Sleep Reactivation and …

Prof. Maria Roche of Harvard Business School on the impact of inter-personal exchange on innovation

September 19th, 2021


The impact of inter-personal exchange on innovation in three different contexts: neighborhoods, co-working spaces, and university laboratories.   

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Maria Roche is an Assistant …

Dr. Murad Banaji is a Mathematician of Middlesex University on the statistics of COVID in India

September 17th, 2021


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Dr. Murad Banaji is a Mathematician in the School of Science & Technology at Middlesex University, London. He …

Prof. Selva Nadarajah of the University of Illinois, Chicago on Real Options

September 15th, 2021


Real Options in Energy: A Guided Analysis of the Operations Literature, Data-Driven Storage Operations: Cross-Commodity Backtest and Structured …

Prof. Katarina Juselius of the University of Copenhagen on Searching for a Theory That Fits the Data

September 13th, 2021


Searching for a Theory That Fits the Data: A Personal Research Odyssey.

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Katarina Juselius is Professor Emeritus of econometrics and empirical economics at the University of …

Prof. Maja Matarić of USC on human-robot interaction methods for behavior change.

September 11th, 2021


Designing a Socially Assistive Robot to Support Older Adults with Low Vision, Modeling User Empathy Elicited by a Robot Storyteller, Affect-Aware …

Prof. Sabine Kastner of Princeton University on the Ryhtemic Theory of Attention and Gender Bias

September 9th, 2021


A rhythmic theory of attention, A brief comparative review of primate posterior parietal cortex: A novel hypothesis on the human toolmaker, Gender …

Prof. Carol Gould of Florida Atlantic University on the histrionic personality disorder

September 7th, 2021


Why the histrionic personality disorder should not be in the DSM: A new taxonomic and moral analysis

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Carol …

Dr. Peter Vereš of Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics on Planetary Defense

September 5th, 2021


Planetary Defense: Discovery and characterization of Near-Earth objects and possibilities to protect the Earth against the cosmic collisions.

Prof. Daniel Appelbaum of the University of Chicago on Radiomics, Theranostics and AI

September 3rd, 2021


Radiomics in Oncology, Theranostics in Nuclear Medicine and the rise of AI in the field.

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Daniel Appelbaum who …

Prof. Ruchi Gupta of Northwestern University on Food Allergies

September 1st, 2021


FOOD WITHOUT FEAR: Identify, Prevent, and Treat Food Allergies, Intolerances, and Sensitivities  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Ruchi Gupta …

Prof. Henry Greenside of Duke University on How Nervous Systems Produce Behavior

August 30th, 2021


From Matter to Minds : A Physics Perspective on How Nervous Systems Produce Behavior  

Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Henry Greenside is …

Prof. Yael Niv is Professor of Princeton University on brain and behavior

August 28th, 2021


The primacy of behavioral research for understanding the brain, Human orbitofrontal cortex represents a cognitive map of state space, A model of mood as integrated advantage, and The case against economic values in the …

Prof. Timothy Buschman of Princeton University on Working Memory in the human brain

August 26th, 2021


Balancing Flexibility and Interference in Working Memory, Shared mechanisms underlie the control of working memory and attention, Rotational dynamics …

Prof. Sliman Bensmaia of the University of Chicago on Neuroprostheses and bionic hand

August 24th, 2021


Intracortical microstimulation of human somatosensory cortex and Chronic Use of a Sensitized Bionic Hand Does Not Remap the Sense of Touch.

Prof. Piyush Agarwal of the University of Chicago on the disparity in Urology speciality

August 22nd, 2021


Demand and capacity imbalance for urologists as population ages, The disparity in care for rural populations, Changing ideas in cancer, and the need …

Prof. Issam Awad of the University of Chicago on Cerebral Cavernous Malformation (CCM)

August 20th, 2021


Comprehensive transcriptome analysis of cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM) across multiple species and genotypes, Common transcriptome, plasma …

Prof. Zhirong Huang of Stanford University and SLAC on x-ray free-electron lasers

August 18th, 2021


Fully Coherent X-Ray Pulses from a Regenerative-Amplifier Free-Electron Laser and Refractive Guide Switching a Regenerative Amplifier Free-Electron …

Prof. Michal Zochowski of the University of Michigan on the Physics of Brain, Sleep and Memory

August 16th, 2021


A Dynamical Role for Acetylcholine in Synaptic Renormalization, Resonance with subthreshold oscillatory drive organizes activity and optimizes …

Prof. Daniel McKinsey of the University of California, Berkeley on hunting for dark matter

August 14th, 2021


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Daniel McKinsey is Professor of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on direct searches for dark matter interactions, and he serves as …

Prof. Janet Currie of Princeton University on the inequality in mortality and disparities in policy

August 12th, 2021


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Janet Currie is Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University and the Co-director of Princeton's Center for Health and Wellbeing. She also co-directs the …

Prof. Robert Lustig of UCSF on Metabolical, The Lure & Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition & Modern Medicine

August 10th, 2021


Scientific Sense ® by Gill Eapen: Prof. Robert Lustig who is Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco, and the Director of the Weight Assessment for Teen and Child Health (WATCH) …

Prof. Steven Kahn, Professor of Particle Physics and Astrophysics at Stanford University

August 8th, 2021


Vera Rubin observatory, Probing dark energy and dark matter, Taking an inventory of the Solar System, Exploring the transient optical sky, and …

Prof. Simon Critchley, Professor of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research

August 6th, 2021


Mystical anarchism, Notes on Suicide, and What We Think About When We Think About Football.  

Prof. Simon Critchley is Professor of Philosophy at the …

Prof. Yuriy Kirichok, Professor of Physiology at the University of California, San Francisco.

August 4th, 2021


Using Mitochondria heat production for possible weight loss  

Prof. Yuriy Kirichok is Professor of Physiology at the University of California, San …

Prof. Brian Balin of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Prof. Charles Stratton of Vanderbilt University

July 30th, 2021


A Review of Multiple Sclerosis and late-onset Dementia as Infectious Syndromes 

Prof. Brian Balin is Professor of Neuroscience and Neuropathology at …

Prof. Sheridan Titman, Professor Finance and Chair of Financial Services at the University of Texas, Austin

July 28th, 2021


The Geography of Value Creation   Over the last twenty years, the stock market indicates that value creation has become heavily concentrated in a few headquarter cities. At the same time, firms in value-creating cities …

Prof. Thomas Shutt, Professor of particle physics and astrophysics at Stanford University

July 26th, 2021


Dark matter Physics  

Prof. Thomas Shutt is professor of particle physics and astrophysics at Stanford University. One of his recent areas of focus is the detection of dark matter.

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Prof. Antonio Lieto, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Turin

July 24th, 2021


Cognitive Design for Artificial Mind.  

Prof. Antonio Lieto is Asst. Professor of Computer Science at the University of Turin. His research focuses on Artificial Intelligence, Human-Machine Interaction and Computational …

Prof. Missy Cummings, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University

July 22nd, 2021


Rethinking the maturity of artificial intelligence in safety-critical settings, Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Meaningful human control or meaningful …

Prof. Emil Martinec, Professor of Physics at the University of Chicago

July 20th, 2021


String theory, black holes, the information paradox and quantum computing  

Prof. Emil Martinec is Professor of Physics at the Enrico Fermi …

Prof. Stephanie Schmitt-Grohe, Professor of Economics at Columbia University.

July 18th, 2021


The Neo-Fisher Effect: Econometric Evidence from Empirical and Optimizing Models, Multiple equilibria in open economies with collateral constraints, …

Prof. Mariassunta Giannetti, Professor of Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics.

July 16th, 2021


Does Money Talk? Market Discipline through Selloffs and Boycotts, Adapting to Radical Change: The Benefits of Short-Horizon Investors, Public Attention to Gender Equality and Board Gender Diversity, Forced Asset Sales …

Prof. Kala Krishna, Professor of Economics and Liberal Arts Research at Penn State University

July 14th, 2021


Better luck next time: Learning through retaking, Retaking in high stakes exams: Is less more?, Taking PISA seriously: How accurate are low stakes exams?, and Does class size matter? How, and at what cost?  

Prof. Kala …

Prof. Sara Seager, Professor of Planetary Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

July 12th, 2021


The First Habitable-zone Earth-sized Planet from TESS, A giant planet candidate transiting a white dwarf,  The Habitable Exoplanet Observatory (HabEx) Mission Concept, and The Venusian Lower Atmosphere Haze as a Depot …

Prof. Jonathan Fortney, Professor of Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz

July 10th, 2021


Characterizing Earth Analogs in Reflected Light: Atmospheric Retrieval Studies for Future Space Telescopes, Do Metal-rich Stars Make Metal-rich Planets? New Insights on Giant Planet Formation from Host Star Abundances, …

Prof. Animashree Anandkumar, Professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Caltech

July 8th, 2021


Large-scale machine learning, non-convex optimization and high-dimensional statistics. In particular, she has been spearheading the development and …

Prof. Lesley Rogers, Emeritus Professor at the University of New England, Australia

July 6th, 2021


Survival with an asymmetrical brain: Advantages and disadvantages of cerebral lateralization, Development and function of lateralization in the avian brain, A right antenna for social behavior in honeybees, and A …

Dr. Ian Williams, Biochemist and Artist with Prof. Carol Gould, Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University.

July 4th, 2021


What's Art?

Prof. Carol Gould is a Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University, where she teaches primarily Aesthetics, Philosophy of …

Prof. Patricia Churchland, Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, San Diego

July 2nd, 2021


How does the brain work?  

Prof. Patricia Churchland is Professor Emirita at the University of California, San Diego. Her research interests span many areas including morality, neuroscience and artificial intelligence.

Prof. Peter Singer, Professor of BioEthics at Princeton University

June 30th, 2021


Animal Liberation, Morality, Race, Religion, the Journal of Controversial Ideas and the Golden Ass.

Prof. Peter Singer who is Professor of BioEthics …

Prof. Daniel Wang, Professor of Astronomy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

June 28th, 2021


Dissecting X-ray-Emitting Gas Around the Center of Our Galaxy, AzTEC Survey of the Central Molecular Zone: Increasing Spectral Index of Dust with …

Prof Dong Lai, Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University.

June 26th, 2021


Chaotic dynamics of stellar spin in binaries and the production of misaligned hot Jupiters, Black Hole and Neutron Star Binary Mergers in Triple …

Prof John Breitner, Professor of Psychiatry at McGill University.

June 24th, 2021


Why clinical trials fail to validate efficacy of interventions predicted by observational studies of ‘risks’ for dementia-Alzheimer syndrome?, Bi-directional Association of Cerebrospinal Fluid Immune Markers with Stage …

Prof. Sarah Komisarow of Duke university and Prof. Emily Pakhtigian of Penn State University.

June 22nd, 2021


Are Power Plant Closures a Breath of Fresh Air? Local Air Quality and School Absences, The Effect of Coal-Fired Power Plant Closures on Emergency …

Prof. Anup Malani, Professor at the University of Chicago Law School and Medical School.

June 20th, 2021


Global policies for the pandemic and India Covid Second Wave.

Prof. Anup Malani who is a Professor at the University of Chicago Law School and …

Prof. K. Scott Wong, Professor of History at Williams College

June 18th, 2021


American immigration and citizenship, Chinatown: Conflicting images and Contested terrain, and the 1903 Boston Chinatown raid.

Prof. K. Scott Wong is …

Prof. Ione Fine, Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington.

June 16th, 2021


Blindness and Human Brain Plasticity

Prof. Ione Fine is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington. Her lab studies the mechanisms of …

Prof. Douglas Natelson, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Rice University.

June 14th, 2021


Condensed matter’s image problem, Electron pairing in the pseudogap state revealed by shot noise in copper oxide junctions, and Thermoelectric …

Prof. Jesse Prinz, Professor of Philosophy at the City University of New York.

June 12th, 2021


Biology, Culture, Emotion, Psychiatry, Ontology, Social construction, and Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Jesse Prinz is Professor of Philosophy at the …

Prof. Shreya Saxena, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida

June 10th, 2021


Towards the neural population doctrine, Performance Limitations in Sensorimotor Control: Trade-Offs Between Neural Computation and Accuracy in …

Prof. Alison Barth, Professor in Life Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University

June 8th, 2021


Progressive Circuit Changes during Learning and Disease

Prof. Alison Barth is Professor in Life Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research is focused on understanding how experience assembles and alters the …

Prof. Shelly Flagel, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan

June 6th, 2021


A selective role for dopamine in stimulus–reward learning, Mapping sign-tracking and goal-tracking onto human behaviors, and The paraventricular …

Prof. Petra Schmid, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at ETH Zurich

June 4th, 2021


Power Effects on Cognitive Control: Turning Conflict into Action, Power effects on implicit prejudice and stereotyping: The role of intergroup face …

Prof. Henry Yin, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University

June 2nd, 2021


Restoring Purpose in Behavior and Achieving natural behavior in a robot using neurally inspired hierarchical control.

Prof. Henry Yin is Professor of …

Prof. Sheena Josselyn, Professor of Psychology and Physiology at the University of Toronto

May 31st, 2021


The neurobiological foundation of memory retrieval and neuronal competition: microcircuit mechanisms define the sparsity of the engram

Prof. Sheena …

Prof. Beatriz Luna, Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh

May 29th, 2021


An Integrative Model of the Maturation of Cognitive Control, Adolescent Brain Development: Implications for the Juvenile Criminal Justice System, and …

Prof. Robert Finger, Professor of Agricultural Economics and Policy at the ETH Zurich

May 27th, 2021


Economic benefits from plant species diversity in intensively managed grasslands, Insuring crops from space: the potential of satellite-retrieved soil moisture to reduce farmers’ drought risk exposure, and Are …

Prof. Christine Aidala, Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan.

May 25th, 2021


Decades-Long Quest Reveals Details of the Proton’s Inner Antimatter

Prof. Christine Aidala is Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. She works in experimental high-energy nuclear physics, on the border …

Prof. Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland

May 23rd, 2021


The Economic Case For Global Vaccinations: An Epidemiological Model with International Production Networks, COVID-19 and Emerging Markets: A SIR …

Prof. Gregory Tarle, Professor of Experimental Cosmology and Astrophysics at the University of Michigan

May 21st, 2021


Dark Energy Survey, Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, High Energy Light Isotope eXperiment, and a new idea to correct Doppler Broadening.

Prof. …

Prof. Paul Davies, Professor of Physics and Cosmology at the Arizona State University.

May 19th, 2021


What is Life: In Search of a Unified Theory of Everything

Prof. Paul Davies is a Professor of Physics and Cosmology at the Arizona State University. …

Prof. Arik Levinson, Professor of Economics at Georgetown University.

May 17th, 2021


The simple analytics of the environmental Kuznets curve, Energy Efficiency Standards Are More Regressive Than Energy Taxes: Theory and Evidence, and Who Values Future Energy Savings? Evidence from American Drivers

Prof. …

Prof. Kimberly Gray, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northwestern University

May 15th, 2021


Climate Action: The Feasibility of Climate Intervention on a Global Scale

Prof. Kimberly Gray is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northwestern University. One of her research areas is physicochemical …

Prof. William Fuchs, Professor of Finance at the University of Texas.

May 13th, 2021


Optimal Arrangements for Distribution in Developing Markets: Theory and Evidence

Prof. William Fuchs is Professor of Finance at the University of Texas. His research focuses on situations with a poor contractual …

Prof. Steve Cundiff, Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan

May 11th, 2021


Multidimensional Coherent Spectroscopy of Semiconductors, Tri-comb spectroscopy, and Simple single-section diode frequency combs

Prof. Steve Cundiff …

Prof. Woodward Fischer, Professor of Geobiology at the California Institute of Technology.

May 9th, 2021


How did life come to tolerate and thrive in an oxygenated world?, Evolution of Oxygenic Photosynthesis, and Early plant organics increased global …

Prof. Kiyoshi Masui, Assistant professor of Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

May 7th, 2021


Observations of fast radio bursts at frequencies down to 400 megahertz, A second source of repeating fast radio bursts, and A bright millisecond-duration radio burst from a Galactic magnetar in the Milky Way.

Prof. …

Prof. Omar Ahmed, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Michigan

May 5th, 2021


The neural circuitry supporting successful spatial navigation despite variable movement speeds, how the retrosplenial cortex helps us navigate and …

Prof. William Renthal, Director of Research at the John Graham Headache Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital of Harvard

May 3rd, 2021


Migraine-associated gene expression in cell types of the central and peripheral nervous system, Predicting erenumab adverse events with single-cell genomics, and Transcriptional Reprogramming of Distinct Peripheral …

Prof. Hui Deng, Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan.

May 1st, 2021


Van der Waals heterostructure polaritons with moiré-induced nonlinearity, Polariton Laser in the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer Regime, and Emergence of …

Prof. Anupam Garg, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Northwestern University.

April 29th, 2021


Quantum mechanics versus macroscopic realism: Is the flux there when nobody looks?

Prof. Anupam Garg is professor of Physics and Astronomy at Northwestern University. His current research interests center around quantum …

Prof. Gilles Hilary, Professor of Accounting at Georgetown University.

April 27th, 2021


Religion and business decisions, Trust and Contracting, Self-segregation and Labor Movement, Mandatory Data Breach Transparency and Insider Trading, and Artificial Intelligence and Fraud Detection

Prof. Gilles Hilary is …

Prof. Bill Gibson, Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont.

April 25th, 2021


Why explore space, do we have free markets in space and if we do, can they save the space program and us?

Prof. Bill Gibson is Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont. His main interest is building and …

Prof. Morton Schapiro, President of Northwestern University and Prof. Gary Morson, Professor of the Arts and Humanities at Northwestern

April 23rd, 2021


Minds Wide Shut: How the New Fundamentalisms Divide Us

Prof. Morton Schapiro is the President of Northwestern University and a Professor of Economics at Northwestern and Prof. Gary Morson is  Professor of the Arts and …

Prof. Stephanie Seguino, Professor of economics at the University of Vermont

April 21st, 2021


The Costs of Exclusion: Gender Job Segregation, Structural Change and the Labour Share of Income and Driving While Black and Brown in Vermont: Can Race Data Analysis Contribute to Reform?

Prof. Stephanie Seguino is …

Prof. Michael Roberts, Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

April 19th, 2021


A century of capital structure: The leveraging of corporate America, The History of the Cross-Section of Stock Returns, How Does Financing Impact …

Prof. David Gerdes, Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan

April 17th, 2021


Evidence or no-evidence for a distant giant planet in the solar system and Discovery and Physical Characterization of a Large Scattered Disk Object …

Prof. Sarkis Mazmanian, Professor of Microbiology at the California Institute of Technology

April 15th, 2021


Microbiota Modulate Behavioral and Physiological Abnormalities Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Gut Microbiota Regulate Motor Deficits …

Prof. Michael Dickinson, Professor of Bioengineering and Aeronautics at the California Institute of Technology

April 13th, 2021


Death Valley, Drosophila, and the Devonian Toolkit, Sun Navigation Requires Compass Neurons in Drosophila, and The aerodynamics and control of free …

Prof. Michael Dinerstein, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago

April 11th, 2021


Quantifying the Supply Response of Private Schools to Public Policies, The Equilibrium Effects of Public Provision in Education Markets: Evidence …

Prof. Francisco Quintana, Professor of Neurology at the Harvard Medical School

April 9th, 2021


Astrocytes and their function in the brain: Gut-licensed IFNγ+ NK (interferon Gamma) cells drive LAMP1+ TRAIL+ anti-inflammatory astrocytes, and MAFG-driven astrocytes promote CNS inflammation

Prof. Francisco Quintana, …

Prof. Arturo Alvarez-Buylla, Professor, Neurological Surgery at UCSF.

April 7th, 2021


Interneurons from Embryonic Development to Cell -Based Therapy, Embryonic Origin of Postnatal Neural Stem Cells, Human hippocampal neurogenesis drops …

Prof. Carol Gould, Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University

April 5th, 2021


Is Glamour an Aesthetic Property of Persons only?: Can AI recognize glamor or become glamorous?

Prof. Carol Gould is a Professor of Philosophy at …

Prof. Su Guo, Professor of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences at UCSF

April 3rd, 2021


Toward Molecular Genetic Dissection of Neural Circuits For Emotional and Motivational Behaviors, Identification of a brain center whose activity …

Prof. Cecilia Lunardini, Professor of Physics at Arizona State University.

April 1st, 2021


Dirac and Majorana neutrino signatures of primordial black holes, Pre-supernova neutrinos: directional sensitivity and prospects for progenitor …

Prof. Howard Fields, Professor Emeritus, Neurology at UCSF

March 30th, 2021


A Motivation-Decision Model of Pain: The Role of Opioids, Understanding opioid reward, How expectations influence pain, and the role of placebo …

Prof. Itay Goldstein, Professor of Finance and Economics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

March 28th, 2021


The Real Effects of Financial Markets, Trading frenzies, Feedback Effects, Asymmetric Trading, and the Limits to Arbitrage, Financial Crises: Fundamentals vs. Panic, Investor flows and fragility in corporate bond funds, …

Prof. Richard Lebed, Professor of Physics at Arizona State University.

March 26th, 2021


The relationship between quarks and hadrons, Heavy-Quark QCD Exotica, and Exotics in the Dynamical Diquark Model

Prof. Richard Lebed is Professor of …

Prof. Ryan Hickox, Professor of Astronomy at Dartmouth College

March 24th, 2021


Black hole variability and the star formation-AGN connection, Obscured Active Galactic Nuclei, A Large Population of Luminous Active Galactic Nuclei …

Prof Erik Berglöf, Professor of economics at the London School of Economics.

March 20th, 2021


Tackling the pandemic globally, the challenges for developing countries and risk management for future pandemics

Prof Erik Berglöf is professor of …

Prof. Scott Baraban, Professor & Chair in Neuroscience Research, UCSF

March 18th, 2021


Persistent Seizure Control in Epileptic Mice Transplanted With Gamma Aminobutyric Acid Progenitors, Clemizole and modulators of serotonin signalling …

Prof. Paul Taylor, Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt university

March 16th, 2021


Taking Postracialism seriously: From Movement Mythology to Racial Formation

Prof. Paul Taylor, who is professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt …

Prof. Jonathan Tan, Professor of Astronomy at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

March 14th, 2021


Star Formation Rates in Disk Galaxies, Equilibrium Star Cluster Formation, Massive Star Formation, The formation of supermassive black holes from …

Prof. Kadri Vihvelin, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California

March 12th, 2021


Compatibilism, incompatibilism and impossibilism views of Free Will and the Philosophy of Time Travel

Prof. Kadri Vihvelin is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California.  She has published …

Prof. Randall McEntaffer, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the Pennsylvania State University

March 10th, 2021


Water Recovery X-Ray Rocket grating spectrometer, Performance Testing of a Large-Format X-ray Reflection Grating Prototype for a Suborbital Rocket …

Prof. Philip Mauskopf, Prof of Physics at Arizona State University

March 8th, 2021


Millimeter-Wave Polarimeters Using Kinetic Inductance Detectors for TolTEC and Beyond, NASA's near-infrared spectrophotometric all-sky survey, BLAST …

Prof. Mark Wilson, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh

March 5th, 2021


Imitation of Rigor - Why philosophy needs mathematicians and vice versa.

Prof. Mark Wilson is Professor of philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, a fellow of the Center for Philosophy of Science and a Fellow at the …

Prof. Vikram Gadagkar, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Columbia University.

March 3rd, 2021


Dopamine neurons encode performance error in singing birds, and Dopamine neurons change their tuning according to courtship context in singing birds

Prof. Vikram Gadagkar is Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at …

Prof. Stephen Finlay, Prof of Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia

March 1st, 2021


Confusion of Tongues: A Theory of Normative Language

Prof. Stephen Finlay is Director of the Dianoia Institute of Philosophy at the Australian …

Prof. Igor Shovkovy, Professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at Arizona State University.

February 26th, 2021


The overdamped chiral magnetic wave, Electronic Properties of Dirac and Weyl Semimetals, and Ellipticity of photon emission from strongly magnetized …

Prof. Lenn Goodman, Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University

February 24th, 2021


Science and Religion : Complementary or Substitutes

Prof. Lenn Goodman is Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University. He has published over 2 dozen books in Jewish, Islamic and General philosophy, including books …

Prof. Anne C Hart, Professor of Neuroscience at Brown University.

February 22nd, 2021


Genetic modifiers ameliorate endocytic and neuromuscular defects in a model of Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and Single copy/knock-in models of ALS SOD1 …

Prof. Ellen Armour, Carpenter Chair of Feminist Theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School

February 19th, 2021


Philosophy, Photography, and the (Cosmo)Politics of Life and Death, and Religion, Sexuality, and Post modernity

Prof. Ellen Armour is the Chair of …

Prof. Emery Brown, Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and Computational Neuroscience at MIT

February 17th, 2021


General Anesthesia and Altered States of Arousal: A Systems Neuroscience Analysis, Clinical Electroencephalography for Anesthesiologists, and …

Prof. Jason Haffner, Prof of Physics and Astronomy at Rice University.

February 15th, 2021


A Tunable Plasmon Resonance in Gold Nanobelts, Novel Plasmonic Structures Based on Gold Nanobelts, and Structural Analysis by Enhanced Raman …

Prof. Ghassan AlRegib, Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

February 12th, 2021


Backpropagated Gradient Representations for Anomaly Detection, Implicit Saliency in Deep Neural Networks, Contrastive Explanations in Neural Networks, Fabric Surface Characterization: Assessment of Deep Learning-Based …

Prof. Jacquelyn Pless, Assistant Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

February 11th, 2021


Are “Complementary Policies” Substitutes? Evidence from R&D Subsidies in the UK, and Bringing rigor to energy innovation policy evaluation.

Prof. …

Prof. Wael Asaad, Associate Professor of Neuroscience and NeuroSurgery at Brown University

February 10th, 2021


Deep Brain Stimulation Targeting the Fornix for Mild Alzheimer Dementia, Rapid motor fluctuations reveal short-timescale neurophysiological …

Prof. Benjamin Moll, Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics

February 9th, 2021


The Rich Interactions between Inequality and the Macroeconomy

Prof. Benjamin Moll is a Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. His …

Prof. Andrew Newberg, Professor of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University.

February 8th, 2021


Religious Experience: Psychology and Neurology, The Noetic Quality: A Multimethod Exploratory Study, and The Varieties of Self-Transcendent Experience

Prof. Murat Kantarcioglu, Professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas

February 5th, 2021


Securing Big Data in the Age of AI, Defending Against Backdoors in Federated Learning with Robust Learning Rate, and Does Explainable Artificial Intelligence Improve Human Decision-Making?

Prof. Murat Kantarcioglu is …

Prof. James Sauls, Professor of Physics at Northwestern University

February 4th, 2021


Dirty Superconductors Make Better Particle Accelerators, CAPST Research, Take a dip into the weird world of quantum liquids, and the future of …

Prof. Charles Lipson, Emeritus Professor of international relations at the University of Chicago

February 3rd, 2021


Countries, political systems, integration and democracy - what does the future hold?

Prof. Charles Lipson taught international relations at the …

Prof. Marc Law, Professor of Economics at the University of Vermont

February 2nd, 2021


Political Centralization, Federalism, and Urban Development: Evidence from US and Canadian Capital Cities, Understanding the Rise of Regulation …

Prof. Cheryl Maslen, Professor of Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University

February 1st, 2021


Identifying genetic factors that contribute to the increased risk of congenital heart defects in infants with Down syndrome, The Genetic Basis of Turner Syndrome Aortopathy, and Conference summary: What we have learned …

Sir Colin Blakemore, Professor of Neuroscience at City University of Hong Kong

January 29th, 2021


The first neurons of the human cerebral cortex, Tactile perception recruits functionally related visual areas in the late-blind, What synesthesia isn’t, and I Haven’t a Clue! Expectations Based on Repetitions and Hints …

Prof. Debby Silver, Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Duke University School of Medicine

January 28th, 2021


Dynamic mRNA Transport and Local Translation in Radial Glial Progenitors of the Developing Brain, Prolonged Mitosis of Neural Progenitors Alters Cell …

Prof. John Pearson, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology at Duke University

January 27th, 2021


Online Neural Connectivity Estimation with Noisy Group Testing, and Naturalistic decision-making:  continuous, open-world, and recursive

Prof. John …

Prof. Mitch Begelman, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder

January 26th, 2021


Formation of supermassive black holes by direct collapse in pre-galactic haloes, Quasi-stars: accreting black holes inside massive envelopes, …

Prof. Adele Diamond, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of British Columbia

January 25th, 2021


Review of the Evidence on, and Fundamental Questions About, Efforts to Improve Executive Functions, Including Working Memory, and ideas to redesign the education system.

Prof. Adele Diamond is Professor of Developmental …

Prof. Wendy Freedman, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Chicago

January 22nd, 2021


Cosmology at a crossroads, the legacy and development of the Hubble constant, and The Carnegie-Chicago Hubble Program: An Independent Determination …

Prof. Ted Gibson, Professor of Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

January 21st, 2021


How Efficiency Shapes Human Language, Color naming across languages reflects color use, Large-scale evidence of dependency length minimization in …

Prof. Mark Schroeder, Professor of philosophy at the University of Southern California

January 20th, 2021


Persons as Things, and Treating like a child : Philosophical treatment of people and relationships

Prof. Mark Schroeder is professor of philosophy at the University of Southern California. He is interested in the ways …

Prof. Matthew Johnson, Assistant Professor of Economics at Duke University

January 19th, 2021


Demand Conditions and Worker Safety: Evidence from Price Shocks in Mining, Regulation by Shaming: Deterrence Effects of Publicizing Violations of …

Prof. Scott Huettal, Professor of Neuroscience at Duke University

January 18th, 2021


Decision neuroscience: neuroeconomics, Linking the neural and social sciences via neuroeconomics, Cognitive Foundations of Voter Choice, and …

Prof. Christopher McKee, Emeritus Professor of Astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley

January 15th, 2021


A theory of the interstellar medium: Three components regulated by supernova explosions in an inhomogeneous substrate, Theory of Star Formation, and …

Prof. Nicholas Christakis, Professor of Social and Natural Science at Yale University

January 14th, 2021


Social networks, Influencers, On the origins of a good society, Artificial Intelligence in hybrid systems, and managing pandemics.

Prof. Nicholas …

Prof. Philip Cook, Professor of Public Policy & Economics at Duke University

January 13th, 2021


The Great American Gun War: Notes from Four Decades in the Trenches, Understanding Gun Violence: Public Health v/s Public Policy, and Thinking about …

Prof. Adriana Lleras-Muney, Professor of Economics at UCLA

January 12th, 2021


Do Youth Employment Programs Work? Evidence from the New Deal, The association between educational attainment and longevity using individual-level data from the 1940 census, The Incentive Effects of Cash Transfers to …

Prof. Anil Gupta, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh

January 11th, 2021


Outline of an Account of Experience, Conscious Experience: A Logical Inquiry, Experience and Its Rational Significance, and Principles and the Generalization Function of Truth

Prof. Anil Gupta is Professor of …

Prof. Chris Blattman, Professor of political science at the University of Chicago

January 8th, 2021


Reducing Crime and Violence: Experimental Evidence from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Liberia, The Long-Term Impacts of Grants on Poverty: …

Prof. Marty Woldorff, Professor of Psychiatry at Duke University

January 7th, 2021


Modulation of early sensory processing in human auditory cortex,  Inhibitory Control in Children with ADHD, The neural bases of momentary lapses in …

Prof. Matthew Jackson, Professor of Economics at Stanford University

January 6th, 2021


Networks of military alliances, wars, and international trade, The Friendship Paradox and Systematic Biases in Perceptions and Social Norms,  Using Gossips to Spread Information: Theory and Evidence from Two Randomized …

Prof. Mark Bear, Professor of Neuroscience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

January 5th, 2021


Pathophysiology and correction of amblyopia, The synaptic substrates of visual recognition memory, and pathophysiology and correction of fragile X …

Prof. Dragana Rogulja, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School

January 4th, 2021


Motivation, Perception, and Chance Converge to Make a Binary Decision, Recurrent Circuitry Sustains Drosophila Courtship Drive While Priming Itself for Satiety,, Measures the Passage of Time to Coordinate Behavior and …

Prof. Robert Talisse, Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University.

December 31st, 2020


Problem of Polarization, and Semantic Descent: More Trouble for Civility

Prof. Robert Talisse is Professor of Philosophy and Director of Graduate …

Prof. Warren Grill, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University

December 30th, 2020


In vivo quantification of excitation and kilohertz frequency block of the rat vagus nerve, stimulation of the sensory pudendal nerve increases …

Dr. Fredrik Inglis of University of Missouri, SL, and Drs. Sussane DiSalvo and Brittany Peterson of University of Southern Illinois, Edwardsville;

December 29th, 2020


The evolution, effects and relationships of microbes with other biological systems such as Amoeba, Termites/Pests and humans.

Dr. Fredrik  Inglis is …

Prof Pete Klenow, Professor of Economic Policy at Stanford University

December 28th, 2020


Welfare across Countries and Time, The misallocation of talent and US economic growth, Race and Economic Well-Being in the United States, and Trading Off Consumption and COVID-19 Deaths.

Prof Pete Klenow is professor of …

Prof. James Kakalios, Professor of Astronomy at the University of Minnesota

December 25th, 2020


Transient Striatal γ Local Field Potentials Signal Movement Initiation in Rats, Structural and electronic properties of dual plasma codeposited mixed-phase amorphous/nanocrystalline thin films, and Proton …

Prof. Lee Ohanian, Professor of Economics at UCLA

December 24th, 2020


Capital-skill complementarity and inequality, Are Phillips Curves Useful for Forecasting Inflation?, New Deal Policies and the Persistence of the …

Prof. Michael Ullman, Professor of Neuroscience at Georgetown University

December 23rd, 2020


THE Declarative/Procedural Model: A Neurobiologically Motivated Theory of First and Second Language, Child first language and adult second language …

Prof. Tudor Oprea, Professor of Medicine at the University of New Mexico.

December 22nd, 2020


Exploring the dark genome: implications for precision medicine, Virtual and In Vitro Antiviral Screening Revive Therapeutic Drugs for COVID-19, Artificial intelligence, drug repurposing and peer review, mining the human …

Prof. Frank Wolak, Professor of Commodity Price Studies at Stanford University

December 21st, 2020


An Experimental Comparison of Carbon Pricing Under Uncertainty in Electricity Markets, Emissions Uncertainty and Environmental Market, Wholesale …

Prof. Adina Roskies, Professor of Philosophy at Dartmouth College

December 18th, 2020


Why Libet’s studies don’t pose a threat to free will,  Agency and intervention, Neurotechnologies for Mind Reading, and Neuroethics

Prof. Adina …

Prof. Manfred Paulini, Professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University

December 17th, 2020


Standard model and supersymmetry of particle physics, experiments at the Large Hadron Collider and novel uses of machine learning in experimental …

Prof. Jacqueline Gottlieb, Professor of Neuroscience at Columbia University

December 16th, 2020


Intrinsic motivation, curiosity, and learning: animals, humans and education systems, neuroscience basis of curiosity and learning, reward uncertainty and information transmission in the brain.

Prof. Jacqueline Gottlieb …

Prof. Jeremy Darling, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Colorado, Boulder

December 15th, 2020


Direct Measurement of the Cosmic Acceleration, The Hubble expansion is isotropic in the epoch of dark energy, How to Detect Inclined Water Maser …

Prof. Oswald Schmitz, Professor of Community Ecology at Yale University

December 14th, 2020


Predator community composition is linked to soil carbon retention across a human land use gradient, and Animals and the zoogeochemistry of the carbon …

Prof. Jack Burns, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences at the University of Colorado in Boulder

December 11th, 2020


Artemis - A whole new program to travel to the moon and to establish a habitat there including an observatory, gateway that orbits with self …

Prof. William Zame, Professor of Economics at UCLA

December 10th, 2020


Linking Social and Personal Preferences, and Asset Markets with Asymmetric Reasoning.

Prof. William Zame is Professor of Economics and Mathematics at …

Prof. Bruce Partridge, Emeritus Professor of Astronomy at Haverford college

December 9th, 2020


The cosmological legacy of Planck, design, data, results and insights, Calibration of ALMA Using Planck Observations, and Can CMB Surveys Help the …

Prof. John Dowling, Research Professor of Neurosciences at Harvard

December 8th, 2020


Vitamin A: its many roles—from vision and synaptic plasticity to infant mortality

Prof. John Dowling is Research Professor of Neurosciences at …

Prof. Raja GuhaThakurta, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of California Santa Cruz

December 7th, 2020


Extended halo of metal-poor stars in Andromeda, Dwarf galaxies, Star migration, Surface brightness fluctuations and understanding dark matter by studying satellite galaxies.

Prof. Raja GuhaThakurta is a Professor and …

Prof. Scott Gaudi, Professor of Astronomy at Ohio State University

December 4th, 2020


Exoplanets: the history, exploration techniques and demographics. Habitable and free floating planets, and is there anybody out there?

Prof. Scott Gaudi is a Professor of Astronomy at Ohio State University. His research …

Prof. James McGaugh, Emeritus Professor of Neurobiology at the University of California, Irvine

December 2nd, 2020


Making lasting memories: Remembering the significant, Consolidating Memories, and Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory

Prof. James McGaugh is

Prof. Daniel Holz, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Chicago

November 30th, 2020


Gravitational Waves, Black hole mergers, Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) and upcoming space based LISA project.

Prof …

Prof. Kent Berridge, Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Michigan

November 27th, 2020


Liking, Wanting, and the Incentive-Sensitization Theory of Addiction,  A Liking Versus Wanting Perspective on Emotion and the Brain, and The central …

Prof. Ira Rothstein, Professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University

November 25th, 2020


Reducing black holes into a fundamental particle, An Effective Field Theory of Quantum Mechanical Black Hole Horizons, Virtual Hawking Radiation, …

Prof. Doug Duncan is an emeritus faculty of Astrophysics at the University of Colorado

November 24th, 2020


21st Century Literacy for Succeeding in College and Beyond, Teaching the Nature of Science using Pseudoscience, The accountability of and on the …

Prof. James Kasting, Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State University

November 23rd, 2020


Habitable Zones, Remote life-detection criteria, habitable zone boundaries, and the frequency of Earth-like planets around M and late K stars, and  Abiotic Oxygen Levels on Planets: Possible False Positive For Life?

Dr. Josh Winn, Physicist and astronomer at Princeton University.

November 20th, 2020


The Occurrence and Architecture of Exoplanetary Systems, Doppler and Transit Surveys, Kepler-78, Ultra-Short-Period Planets, and hot Jupiters

Dr. Josh Winn is a physicist and astronomer at Princeton University.  His …

Prof. Gordon Fishell, Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School

November 19th, 2020


The complex development of the human brain, Interneuron Types as Attractors and Controllers, Developmental diversification of cortical inhibitory …

Prof. Marc Pinsonneault, Theorist on the evolution of stars at Ohio State University

November 18th, 2020


Red giant masses and ages derived from carbon and nitrogen abundances, Spectroscopic determination of masses for red giants, Young alpha-enriched …

Prof. Gregory Laughlin, Professor of Astrophysics at Yale University

November 17th, 2020


The world is running out of energy in 100 years, Large-Scale Computation using Astronomical Resources, and the future of Artificial Intelligence.

Prof. Gregory Laughlin is a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at …

Prof. Fran Bagenal, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Colorado Boulder

November 16th, 2020


The New Horizons Mission to Pluto, the Juno Mission to Jupiter: What have we learned and what's in store?

Prof. Fran Bagenal is a Professor of …

Prof. Edwin Turner, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University

November 13th, 2020


Bayesian analysis of the astrobiological implications of life’s early emergence on Earth,  A Possible Spectroscopic Biosignature of Extraterrestrial …

Dr. Chris Bleakley, Associate Professor of Computer Science at University College Dublin

November 12th, 2020


Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence,  definitions, origin, progress, problems, and the future.

Dr. Chris Bleakley is an Associate Professor and …

Prof. Laith Abu-Raddad, Professor of Population Health at Cornell University in Qatar

November 11th, 2020


Qatar, a great field experiment in understanding factors affecting COVID incidence rates, mortality, herd immunity, testing, reinfection, and …

Prof. Paul Turner, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University.

November 10th, 2020


Phage Therapy: A Renewed Approach to Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, Prisoner's dilemma in an RNA virus, Virus population extinction via …

Prof. Matthias Doepke, Research Professor of Economics at Northwestern University

November 9th, 2020


Love, Money, and Parenting: How economics can help explain how we raise our kids today, Women's Employment in a Pandemic Recession, and Why has the …

Prof. Michel Janssen, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota

November 6th, 2020


The history, puzzles, and miracles of Quantum Mechanics

Prof. Michel Janssen is a Professor, Program in the History of Science, Technology, and …

Prof. Gary An, Professor of Surgery at the University of Vermont

November 5th, 2020


In silico experiments of cytokine-directed clinical trials using agent-based modeling, Examining sepsis using genetic algorithms on an agent-based …

Prof. Scott Dodelson, Professor of Physics at Carnegie Melon University

November 4th, 2020


Strategic Plan for U.S. Particle Physics in the Global Context, Dark Energy Survey, Cosmological Constraints from Galaxy Clustering and Weak Lensing

Prof. Jean Camp, Professor of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University

October 30th, 2020


Reconceptualizing the Role of Security User,  Community-based production and management, and Macroeconomic Analysis of Routing Anomalies

Prof. Jean …

Prof. David Linden, Professor of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

October 29th, 2020


The Science of Human Individuality, redefining Nature and Nurture, It Runs in the Family, Twin Experiments and traits, The impact of Experience, …

Prof. Stephen Stearns, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University.

October 28th, 2020


Life-history evolution, The transition to modernity and chronic disease: mismatch and natural selection, and Molecular Evolutionary Medicine

Prof. …

Prof. Jason Wright, Professor of Astrophysics at Penn State University

October 27th, 2020


Galactic Settlement and the Fermi Paradox,  Planck Frequencies as Schelling Points in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and the practicality and implications of Dyson Spheres.

Prof. Jason Wright is a …

Prof. Jeff Prince, Professor of Public Policy at Indiana University

October 26th, 2020


Measuring Consumer Preferences for Video Content, The Impact of Mergers on Quality, How Much is Privacy Worth Around the World and Across Platforms?, The persistence of broadband user behavior, Mobile Attention, and the …

Prof. Carol Christine Fair, Professor of Security Studies at Georgetown University

October 25th, 2020


What drives militant politics? Studies from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Western Africa, A case study in Kerala, the enigmatic Southern state …

Prof. Michael Strauss, Professor of Astrophysics at Princeton University

October 23rd, 2020


Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP,  The construction and operation of the brand new Vera C. Rubin observatory, and Quasars

Prof. Michael …

Prof. Nathan Gianneschi, Professor of Materials Science at Northwestern University

October 22nd, 2020


Targeting small molecules with novel transport mechanisms in Cancer and Myocardial Infarction, Growing metal-organic nanotubes, and Selenomelanin for …

Prof. David Uttal, Professor of Education and of Psychology at Northwestern University

October 21st, 2020


Links of Spatial Thinking to Achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics?,  Using a discipline-focused lens to examine spatial …

Prof. Jenny Greene, Professor of Astrophysics at Princeton University

October 20th, 2020


The demographics, formation, migration, and behavior of black holes, what's at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, and the Nobel prizes for Physics …

Dr. Gaurav Jain, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

October 19th, 2020


Fluency and perceptions of decision making, Numerosity and allocation behavior, and the impact of number roundedness on framing

Dr. Gaurav Jain is an …

Election Special: Dr. Dipayan Gosh of Harvard Kennedy School and Dr. Heidi Tworek of University of British Columbia

October 17th, 2020


History of democracy, elections, and outcomes. Impact of social media, and what we could expect in upcoming US elections.

Dr. Heidi Tworek, Associate …

Dr. Michael Niemack, Associate Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University

October 16th, 2020


Cosmic Microwave Background, The Atacama Cosmology Telescope,  The CCAT-Prime Submillimeter Observatory, and The Simons Observatory

Dr. Michael …

Prof. Josh Frieman, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Chicago

October 14th, 2020


The evolution of the universe, expansion, accelerated expansion, the use, and misuse of the cosmological constant, dark energy, dark matter, the dark …

Prof. Mario Macis, Professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University

October 12th, 2020


Economic Rewards to Motivate Blood Donations, Rewarding Volunteers: A Field Experiment, and Societal support for monetary compensation for plasma and …

Prof. John Flood, Professor of Law and Society at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.

October 10th, 2020


How Machine Learning and Blockchain are Redesigning the Landscape of Professional Knowledge and Organisation, and Globalisation, Law, and Lawyers in a Time of Crisis

Prof. John Flood is a Professor of Law and Society at …

Dr. Mark Hoffman, Research Professor at the University of Missouri, Kansas City

October 9th, 2020


Heterogeneity introduced by EHR system implementation in a de-identified data resource from 100 non-affiliated organizations and Rates and Predictors of Using Opioids in the Emergency Department to Treat Migraine in …

Prof. Volodymyr Babich, Professor of Operations at Georgetown University

October 8th, 2020


Does Crowdfunding Benefit Entrepreneurs and Venture Capital Investors?,  Promoting Solar Panel Investments: Feed-in-Tariff vs. Tax-Rebate, R&D …

Dr. Masood Parvania, Research Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah

October 7th, 2020


The electric grid: infrastructure, risk management, security, and upgrading, optimization of scheduling, storage, pricing and production flexibility, …

Prof. Keith Olive, Theoretical physicist at the University of Minnesota

October 6th, 2020


The early evolution of the universe, leptogenesis, baryogenesis, and nucleosynthesis in the big bang and particle physics mysteries

Prof. Keith Olive

Prof. Eugene Santos, Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth College

October 5th, 2020


Adversarial Models for Opponent Intent Inferencing, Intelligence Analyses, and the Insider Threat,  and Discriminating deception from truth and misinformation: an intent-level approach

Prof. Eugene Santos who is a …

Prof. David Spergel, Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics at Princeton University

October 2nd, 2020


A brief history of the universe and its possible death scenarios, WMAP, ACT, and WFIRST projects, inflation, dark energy, dark matter, and …

Prof. Riane Eisler, President of the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS)

October 1st, 2020


Evolution, Ideology, and Human Nature, New Evidence about Human Nature, Biocultural Synthesis, Domination Systems, and Partnership Systems, Four …

Prof. Nadya Mason, Professor of Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

September 30th, 2020


Frontiers of Materials Research, Metals, Glasses, and Quantum Materials, Simulation and Computational Tools, and AI in Materials Research

Prof. Nadya …

Dr. Fred Olayele, Chief Economist at the New York City Economic Development Corporation.

September 29th, 2020


Economic Diversity and the Resource Curse, Gravity, Borders, and Regionalism, and Globalization, Income Disparity, and Inclusive Development

Dr. Fred Olayele is the Chief Economist and Head of the Economic Research …

Prof. Giulio Pasinetti, Professor of Neurology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

September 28th, 2020


Effects of food, sleep and the microbiome on Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and other neurodegenerative diseases

Prof. Giulio Pasinetti is …

Prof. Jeff Ely, Director of the mathematical methods in Social Sciences at Northwestern University

September 26th, 2020


Suspense and Surprise: How to write novels and enjoy sports/politics, Why torture or money for information schemes are not advisable, Rotation to …

Prof. John Birge, Professor of Operations Management at the University of Chicago

September 25th, 2020


Optimal Commissions and Subscriptions in Networked Markets, Dynamic Learning and Market Making in Spread Betting, Credit Shock Propagation in Supply Chains, and the Impact of COVID-19 on Supply Chain Credit Risk

Prof. …

Prof. Andrew Ching, Professor at the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University

September 24th, 2020


Forward-Looking Behavior: The Case of Consumer Stockpiling, Late-Mover Advantages: The Case of Statins, the Zero-price Effect, The Value of Perfect Information, Consumer assessment of Quality of products? Evidence from …

Dr. Deepa HalaHarvi, Breast cancer surgeon at Ohio Health

September 23rd, 2020


Disparities in Breast Cancer and African Ancestry, Mammographic screening from age 40 years, Disparities in Breast Cancer Surgery Delay, Prophylactic mastectomy in BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 patients.

Dr. Deepa HalaHarvi is a …

Prof. Sudheer Chava, Professor of Finance at Georgia Institute of Technology

September 22nd, 2020


Investor Response to Extreme Language in Earnings Conference Calls, Business Cycle and Industry Returns, Pension Overhang and Corporate Investment, Impact of E-Commerce on Employees at Brick-and-Mortar Retailers, and …

Prof. Mark Liberman, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania

September 21st, 2020


The history and status of Human Language Technologies, Automatic Classification of Primary Progressive Aphasia Patients Using Lexical and Acoustic …

Prof. Francis Schortgen, Professor of Political Science at the University of Mount Union

September 19th, 2020


The Political Logic of Economic Backwardness in North Korea,  China’s New Role of Assertiveness in the 21st Century International System, and Chinese …

Prof. Sašo Tomažič, Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

September 18th, 2020


Non-profit society: Utopia or necessity, Changes in the collective consciousness, Monetary Reform, Money as a medium of exchange, and Strengthening …

Prof. Michael Miller, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Maryland

September 17th, 2020


COVID and long term negative effects on the heart, POTS, Takotsubo Syndrome, Chronic Myocarditis, and other Myocardial injuries, and the need to prevent disease by individual actions to reduce long term disease burden.

Dr. Dipayan Ghosh, Co-Director of the Digital Platforms and Democracy Project at the Harvard Kennedy School

September 16th, 2020


Are social media and search companies natural monopolies?, Increasing competition on the Internet, Machine bias in the commercialization of …

Prof Joel Mokyr, Professor of Economics and History at Northwestern University

September 15th, 2020


Attitudes, Aptitudes, and the Roots of the Great Enrichment: How Attitudes (cultural beliefs) and aptitudes (technical competence) played central …

Prof. Aaron Striegel, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Notre Dame

September 14th, 2020


The Tesserae Project: Large-Scale, Longitudinal, In Situ, Multimodal Sensing of Information Workers, Face-to-Face Proximity Estimation Using …

Prof. Martin Eichenbaum, Professor of Economics at Northwestern University

September 12th, 2020


Bridging the Covid-19 recession, Rethinking  monetary and fiscal policy In an era Of low-Interest rates,  Monetary policy effect on refinancing 

Prof. Peter Muennig, Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University

September 11th, 2020


Is Medicaid worth the cost?, Universal health coverage in China, Precision population health management, Urbanicity, and hypertension, Earned Income …

Prof. Douglas Comer, Professor of Computer Science at Purdue University

September 10th, 2020


The cloud: to come the full circle of computing, DcNet: A Data Center Network Architecture that supports live VM migration, and towards …

Prof. Jeremi Suri, Chair for Leadership at The University of Texas at Austin

September 9th, 2020


The cost of victory in WWII, The fiction of American Century, Nixon and Brezhnev, Revisiting Roosevelt: How presidential empathy can improve …

Prof. Burkhard Schafer, Chair of Computational Legal Theory at the University of Edinburgh

September 8th, 2020


Legal AI, creative informatics, and the quest for executable justice, A new approach to visualizing legal argumentation, Copyright and the law and …

Prof. Norman Garrick, Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Connecticut

September 6th, 2020


Traffic fatality rate: Why US is the worst among developed countries, Zurich: Where people are welcome and cars are not, The broken algorithm that poisoned American transportation, and Burying past planning mistakes in …

Prof. Art Markman, Professor of Psychology, and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin

September 5th, 2020


Impulsive choice-making,  Probability matching decisions, Structural comparisons in consumer choice, Naturalistic and Lab-based decision-making,  and …

Prof. Clair Brown, Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley

September 4th, 2020


A Policy Index to Create a Sustainable, Shared-Prosperity Economy, and Buddhist Economics: an enlightened approach to the dismal science

Prof. Clair …

Prof. Carol Gould, Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University

September 3rd, 2020


Towards a Theory of the Aesthetic Properties of Persons, Glamour as an Aesthetic Property of Persons, Objective Beauty, and  Psychoanalysis, …

Prof. Brooks Holtom, Professor of Management at Georgetown University

September 2nd, 2020


A blueprint for change in Management Education, Turnover and Retention Research, and Better ways to predict who is going to quit.

Prof. Brooks Holtom …

Prof. George Markowsky, Professor of Computer Science at the Missouri University of Science and Technology

September 1st, 2020


Crowdsourcing and homeland security, Top-level domain interceptor,  The difficulty of defining metrics and Arrow's theorem, and modeling and battling …

Prof. Jeanne Milliken Bonds, Professor of the Practice at the University of North Carolina

August 31st, 2020


Whole Community Health, Pilot project by Kenan Charitable Trust in two North Carolina counties - 6 interconnected pillars of opportunity: Economic …

Prof. Eswaran Subrahmanian, Research Professor at Carnegie Mellon University

August 30th, 2020


Design Theory: A foundation of a new paradigm for design science and engineering, Shared Memory in Design: A Unifying Theme for Research and Practice, Dialogues, Diversity, and Design

Prof. Eswaran Subrahmanian is a …

Dr. Charles Harry, Associate Research Professor at the University of Maryland

August 29th, 2020


Human and technical cyber risks, Prioritizing strategic risks, Effect-centric approach to risk in nuclear power plants, A systems approach to quantifying and managing risk in critical infrastructure.

Dr. Charles Harry …

Prof. Regina Herzlinger, Professor at Harvard Business School

August 28th, 2020


The scale of the healthcare problem,  A suggestion for a bipartisan solution, Innovating in Healthcare, and the SEC for the healthcare system

Prof. …

Prof Michael Barnett, Professor of Management at Rutgers Business School

August 27th, 2020


The Rise and Stall of stakeholder influence: How the digital age limits social control and Designing CSR Initiatives for Greater Social Impact

Prof …

Prof. Diana Thomas, Professor of Mathematics at the United States Military Academy at West Point

August 26th, 2020


Weighing the evidence from clinical trials and faulty belief systems in obesity control, errors in self-reporting of energy balance, dynamic model …

Prof. Paul Fedak, Head Department of Cardiac Sciences at the University of Calgary

August 25th, 2020


Healing an injured heart, immune cells  to prevent detrimental repair caused by excessive fibrosis,  acellular bioscaffolds to promote functional …

Dr. Antonio Lieto, Researcher in Artificial Intelligence at the University of Turin

August 24th, 2020


Artificial Intelligence with human-like reasoning, commonsense reasoning, computational creativity, conceptual representation and categorization,  integration of typicality, probability and cognitive heuristics, …

Prof. James K. Bashkin, Dr. R. Fredrik Inglis, and Dr. Jeff Smith of the University of Missouri- St. Louis

August 23rd, 2020


Origin, evolution, and transmission of viruses, the arrival of COVID vaccines and drugs, managing a pandemic - what can be done next time?

Group Chat:

Mr. Frank Van Gansbeke, Professor of Practice At Middlebury College

August 22nd, 2020


Climate change and finance, monetary authority and natural capital, the discount premium for Carbon footprint, digital currencies, and what the Fed …

Prof Kit Parker, Professor of Bioengineering at Harvard University

August 21st, 2020


Nanofiber innovation for wound healing and heat resistance, Lab-grown meat,  Human pancreas, brain, and heart on a chip, and STEM-based education as …

Prof. Ole Isacson, Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School and Mass General Hospital

August 20th, 2020


Novel mechanisms in Neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's,  Lipid abnormalities, Cytokine storm, and inflammation, Spanish Flu and COVID similarities, and possible long term effects.

Prof. Ole Isacson works on …

Prof. Jay Swaminathan, Professor of Operations at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

August 19th, 2020


Supplier diversity and Carbon footprint, Customer learning in Call centers, Net-metering and utility profits, Blockchain to prevent counterfeiting, and strategic effects of COVID shock on global supply chains.

Prof. Jay …

Prof. Elizabeth Krupinski, Professor and Vice-Chair of Research at Emory University

August 18th, 2020


Telehealth in primary care and specialties, Home-health technologies aiding telehealth, AI-assisted mammographic examinations, Patient photos aiding …

Prof. Raghuram Iyengar, Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School

August 17th, 2020


Effect of subscription programs,  price promotions and churn prevention programs on firm profitability, finding nonobvious Key Opinion Leaders to accelerate product diffusion,  and oral and written communications - how …

Dr. David Vequist, Founder and Director of the Center for Medical Tourism Research (CMTR)

August 16th, 2020


Medical & health tourism - modalities, and trends, service quality expectations, bundled contracting between employers and providers, and effects of the pandemic on the industry

Dr. David Vequist is the founder and …

Prof. Peter Rogan, Professor of Genome Bioinformatics at the University of Western Ontario

August 14th, 2020


COVID - Identifying hotspots, mRNA splicing mutations, the proposed molecular mechanism for severe infections, and possible vaccines, and therapies

Mr. Lofred Madzou, Project Lead for AI at the World Economic Forum

August 12th, 2020


The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Artificial Intelligence driving the next revolution, Regulatory policy frameworks and pilot projects for policy for …

Dr. William H. Frey II, Senior Research Director of the Center for Memory & Aging at the HealthPartners Neuroscience Center

August 11th, 2020


Intranasal delivery of agents to the brain, Adult stems cells and Insulin for treatment of brain injury and degenerative diseases, Possible effects …

Dr. Ralph Chami, Assistant Director, Institute for Capacity Development, the International Monetary Fund

August 10th, 2020


Remittances, the good, the bad, and the ugly, COVID, a systemic shock with significant negative effects on fragile countries and regions,  What is a Whale worth and how can we keep it?

Dr. Ralph Chami is Assistant …

Prof. Ben Albensi, Professor of pharmacology & therapeutics at the University of Manitoba

August 7th, 2020


Neuroprotective and neurotoxic effects of Nuclear Factor kappa B ( NF-kB), Alzheimer's disease, Economic burden of dementia, Brain region and sex-specific alterations in mitochondrial function, Epigenetics and dietary …

Dr. Allyson Ettinger, Assistant professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Chicago

August 6th, 2020


Brain waves and Natural Language Processing,  N400 amplitude and vector space model behavior,  Contextual embeddings in words, Composition in Sentence Vector Representations, and BERT, what it is Not.

Dr. Allyson …

Prof. Krishnanand Maillacheruvu, Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction at Bradley University

August 5th, 2020


Rejuvenation of Rivers and Lakes in India, Policy in environmental choices, Cost externalization, Decentralized and small-scale wastewater treatment, …

Prof. Gerry Leisman, Professor of Neuro and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Haifa, Israel

August 4th, 2020


Neurological development of the young brain,  The importance of educational process, content, and environment, Left/Right brain specialization, …

Prof. Martin Kulldorff, Professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School

August 2nd, 2020


Early detection of localized COVID/disease outbreaks, Age as the dominant consideration in COVID intervention strategy, and vaccine/drug surveillance …

Prof. Sean Smith, Professor of nanomaterials science at the Australian National University

July 31st, 2020


Computational Materials Sciences, Atomic-Scale Discoveries with Machine Learning, Hydrogen for storage and transport of energy, Hydrogen as the new natural gas.

Prof Sean Smith is a Professor of computational …

Dr. Pascal Paschos, Computational Scientist at the University of Chicago

July 30th, 2020


Open Science Grid,  Distributed Computing, Midscale collaborations, South Pole Telescope, ENZO: Adaptive mesh code for Astrophysics, Hydrodynamic …

Prof. Christophe Faugère, Professor of Finance at the Kedge Business School, France

July 29th, 2020


Asset pricing methodology confusion, Required Yield Theory (RYT), Connectalism, Mindfulness, and Compassion in Finance

Prof. Christophe Faugère is a …

Prof. Orly Sade, Chair in Business Administration and Associate Professor of Finance, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

July 28th, 2020


Personal finance decisions, AI-based behavioral finance interventions, Robo-advising, Framing advisory fees, Funding biases and crowdfunding

Prof. Orly Sade is the  Chair in Business Administration and an Associate …

Prof Amiyatosh Purnanandam, Professor of finance at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

July 27th, 2020


Mortgage securitization, Measuring Bank Risk, Taxpayer returns from Bailouts, Dividends during a pandemic, and the principal-agent problem in structuring contracts with banks for bailouts. 

Prof Amiyatosh Purnanandam is …

Prof. William Baker, Professor and Journalist-in-Residence at Fordham University in NY.

July 25th, 2020


Demystifying the Business of Performing Arts, "Sacred," the movie, Learning from Germany on public media, and Organizations for people that succeed.

Prof. William Baker is a Professor and Journalist-in-Residence at …

Dr. Rouben Indjikian, adjunct professor of energy, and international economics at Webster University in Geneva, Switzerland.

July 23rd, 2020


History of oil prices and possible future paths

Dr. Rouben Indjikian, an adjunct professor of energy, commodities, trade finance, digital economy, and international economics at Webster University in Geneva, …

Prof. Fernando Muzzio, Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University

July 22nd, 2020


Supply chain risk in pharmaceutical manufacturing and the advantages of continuous manufacturing 

Prof. Fernando Muzzio is a Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Rutgers University and the Director of …

Prof. Dale Rogers, Professor of Business at Arizona State University

July 21st, 2020


Logistics Manager's Index as a leading indicator of economic activity, Supply Chain Financing, and Effects of COVID on the global supply chain

Prof. Dale Rogers is a Professor of Business at Arizona State University. He …

Prof. Azra Raza, Professor of Medicine and Director of the MDS Center at Columbia University

July 20th, 2020


Cancer - why have we failed, and how can we get better? The quest to find and destroy the first cell to minimize human strife.

Prof. Azra Raza is a Professor of Medicine and Director of the MDS (Myelodysplastic …

Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli, Director of Research at Derasat, a think tank in the Kingdom of Bahrain

July 19th, 2020


Reasons for the science-policy disconnect, statistical inference, threats to scalability, publication bias, and speculation on global economic …

Dr. Zeke Hernandez, Max and Bernice Garchik Family Presidential Associate Professor at the Wharton Business School

July 18th, 2020


Effects of Immigrants on Firms’ Foreign Location Choice and Performance and Immigrant Entrepreneurs as Pathways to Foreign VC Investments

Dr. Zeke Hernandez is the Max and Bernice Garchik Family Presidential Associate …

Prof. Robert Murphy, Professor of Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering, and Machine Learning at Carnegie Mellon University

July 17th, 2020


Artificial Intelligence, Automated Science, Self-driving Scientific Experimentation, Active Learning, High Throughput Screening, R&D optimization

Prof. Anees Chagpar, Professor in the Department of Surgery at Yale School of Medicine

July 16th, 2020


Causes of Cancer, Healthcare access, Breast Cancer, Emerging Techniques in Breast Cancer Surgery, SHAVE trial

Prof. Anees Chagpar is a Professor in …

Prof. M. V. Lee Badgett, Professor of economics and co-director of the Center for Employment Equity at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

July 15th, 2020


The economic impact of LGBT rights in firms and countries, policy trends, wage gaps and reasons for optimism

Prof. M. V. Lee Badgett is a professor …

Prof. Rory Cooper, Professor of Rehabilitation Science and Technology, and Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh

July 14th, 2020


Computer Assisted Mobility, Intelligent Wheelchair design, Human/Machine interactions, and Human Engineering Research Laboratories.

Prof. Rory Cooper …

Prof. James Bashkin, Professor of Chemistry and Bio-Chemistry at the University of Missouri, St.Louis.

July 11th, 2020


Cheaper and faster sterilization of PPE, HPV eliminating antiviral and anticancer agents,  Modulating DNA with polyamides, Green Chemistry 

Prof. …

Prof. Liran Carmel, Professor of Computational Biology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel

July 9th, 2020


Human evolution, Out of Africa migrations, Neanderthals and Denisovans, DNA methylation effects on the body parts, Gene organizer, Epigenetics in …

Mr. Joel Peterson, recently retired Chairman of JetBlue Airways, former Chairman of The Hoover Institution, and the Founder of Peterson Partners

July 7th, 2020


Trust as an operating system, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Types of leaders, Entrepreneurial leadership, Creating successful companies and Startups 

Prof. Eleftherios Mylonakis, Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at Brown University

July 6th, 2020


Antimicrobial research, surrogate invertebrate hosts, in vivo high throughput screening, methicillin-resistant MRSA, colonization, and the need for …

Prof. Brian Keating, Professor of Physics at the Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences at the University of California, San Diego

July 4th, 2020


Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization, Simons Observatory, Origins of the Universe, Hubble constant discrepancy, Multiverse 

Prof. …

Prof. Bart Selman, Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University

July 2nd, 2020


Artificial Intelligence, Artificial General Intelligence, Non-human intelligence, Machine Reasoning, Policy, and the AI future of society

Prof Bart …

Mr. Jim Jordan, Distinguished Service Professor of Healthcare & Biotechnology Management at Carnegie Mellon University

July 1st, 2020


The start-up ecosystem in life sciences, Stakeholders in a start-up, Basic v/s translational research, and health systems 

Mr. Jim Jordan is the …

Prof. Anup Malani, Professor at the University of Chicago Law School & Medical School

June 30th, 2020


Adaptive control for COVID-19 in India, A field experiment for health insurance in India, the evolution of influenza with vaccination

Prof Anup …

Prof. Steve Greenbaum, Professor of Physics at Hunter College in the City University of New York

June 27th, 2020


Battery technologies, species of electrolytes, materials science innovation, the safety of products, and the need for inclusion in education

Prof. …

Prof. Kenneth Kaitin, Professor of Public Health and Medicine at Tufts School of Medicine

June 26th, 2020


Pharmaceutical R&D trends and costs, Value chain paradigms, Basic v/s translational research, Investment needs, and COVID 19

Prof. Kenneth Kaitin …

Prof. Robert Bird, Professor of Business Law and the Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Connecticut

June 25th, 2020


Future of business law, Corporate legal strategy, Turning compliance into a competitive advantage

Prof. Robert Bird is a Professor of Business Law and the Chair in Business Ethics at the University of Connecticut. …

Prof. David Ikenberry, Professor of Finance at the University of Colorado

June 24th, 2020


Investment-q paradox,  persistent investment decline, Tobin's q decomposition, asset utilization as a driver of investment rate, and failure of common explanations.  

Prof. David Ikenberry was the Chair of Finance at …

Prof. George Perry, Professor of Biology and Chemistry at The University of Texas at San Antonio

June 23rd, 2020


Alzheimer's disease, oxidative stress, mitochondria abnormalities, diagnostics, amyloid-beta plaques, aging

Prof. George Perry is a Professor of …

Prof. Richard Mammone, Professor of engineering and business at Rutgers University.

June 20th, 2020


Artificial Intelligence, Breast cancer diagnostics, Teleradiology, Social return to technology commercialization 

Prof. Richard Mammone, a professor …

Prof. Marion Nestle, Professor Emerita of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, at New York University

June 18th, 2020


Food, Nutrition, Obesity, supply chains, food security

Marion Nestle is a Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, at New York University. She is also a Visiting Professor of Nutritional Sciences at …

Professor Stanley Litow of Columbia and Duke University

June 17th, 2020


Public-private partnerships, education systems, ethics and leadership 

Dr. Stanley Litow is a Professor at Columbia and Duke University, and serve as …

Prof. Stephen Hinshaw, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley and Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF

June 16th, 2020


Mental illnesses, stigma, ADHD, design of education, Berkeley girls longitudinal study 

Professor Stephen Hinshaw is a Professor of Psychology at the …

Dr. Sara Abiola, Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Management at the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health

June 15th, 2020


Hunger in America, SNAP/Food Stamps, SSTAR Act, Obesity, Decision-making

Dr. Sara Abiola is an assistant professor of health policy & management …

Dr. John S. Lyons, Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Kentucky

June 14th, 2020


Population health, Transformational Collaborative Outcomes Management (TCOM).
Dr. John S. Lyons is a Professor of Health Management and Policy and the …

Prof. Mehdi Anwar, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Connecticut

June 13th, 2020


Memristors, Neuromorphic Computing, Mysteries of the brain and the future of Computing 

Dr. Mehdi Anwar is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Connecticut. As a Jefferson Science …

Prof. Bruce Mizarch, Professor of Economics at Rutgers University

June 12th, 2020


Microstructures of financial markets, order routing, high-frequency trading, oil prices  .....

Prof. Bruce Mizrach is a professor in the Department of Economics at Rutgers University. He has held appointments at Boston …

Dr. Scott Friedman, the Dean for Therapeutic Discovery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

June 11th, 2020


Causes of chronic liver diseases, emerging treatments, COVID-19

Dr. Scott Friedman is the Dean for Therapeutic Discovery and Chief of the Division of …

Prof. Jeffrey Townsend of Yale School of Public Health and Yale University

June 9th, 2020


Evolution of cancer, plague, pandemics, COVID, policymaking under uncertainty

Jeffrey Townsend is the Elihu Professor of Biostatistics and Ecology …

Prof. Warren Powell of Operations Research and Financial Engineering at Princeton University

June 6th, 2020


Decisions under uncertainty, shocks, supply chains, and autonomous vehicles

Prof Warren Powell taught at Princeton for almost 40 years, where he was drawn to the opportunity of bringing advanced analytics to the …

Prof. Julia Lane, Professor at NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

June 3rd, 2020


Democratizing our data - A manifesto. Improving the design of metrics, collection of data, analysis and decision-making at the federal level

Prof. …

Dr. Ian Williams, author, sculptor and biochemist.

May 30th, 2020


Humans, bacteria, intelligence, consciousness, life and everything else

Ian Williams was born in England in 1954. He trained as a biochemist at the …

Dr.Pierre Etienne, co-Director of the Alzheimer’s disease prevention program at McGill University

May 24th, 2020


COVID-19, clinical trial processes, pharmaceutical R&D, vaccine development, use of preventative medications, Alzheimer's disease, PTSD

After obtaining his medical degree in Belgium in 1972, Pierre Etienne moved to …

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