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The thousands of lives you lived

There is a world of wonder inside us and its home is in almost every cell our body carries. ( Well, I say ‘almost’ because apart from your cells, there are more than 100 trillion microorganisms that live inside you?) … Continue reading

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‘New Biology’ Cures Before The Illness Strikes

Hunting single genes does give a complete picture of how the human body works and illnesses develop. Instead, we should look at the networks of genes and proteins, says University of Tartu Professor Johan Björkegren. Continue reading

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Reading Human Gene Codes and Minds

In an interview with Sigrid Kõiv, UT professor of Cognitive and Forensic Psychology Talis Bachmann explains the possibilities and problems of reading other peoples’ minds. Professor’s research interests include consciousness studies, visual awareness, advertising effects and much more. Continue reading

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