Monthly Archives: November 2010

Can Science Shape Human Values? And Should It?

In about over an hour, I’ll be hopping a bus with my friend to the Sacramento airport so that we can fly over to San Diego – this year’s (in case you haven’t heard already) official host city for the … Continue reading

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The Land of SfN: A Voyageur’s Guide

We’re now 7 days away from SfN’s Annual Meeting …and counting. Anyone who knows anything about SfN knows the first cardinal rule of surviving the meeting: plan (everything) ahead of time. Gone are the days when I would attempt to … Continue reading

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