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Cockroaches are morons in the morning, geniuses in the evening

In its ability to learn, the cockroach is a moron in the morning and a genius in the evening. Dramatic daily variations in the cockroachs learning ability were discovered by a new study performed by Vanderbilt University biologists and published online this week in the Proceedings of the National...

Newsmakers featured at APS convention

...enting this year's Bring the Family Address on Sunday, May 24 at 6:00PM. Nisbett's research on the environment's impact on intelligence reveals all geniuses aren't born smart. Author Malcolm Gladwell called Nisbett's new book, Intelligence and How to Get It: Why Schools and Cultures Count, "persuasive" and...

THE CURE FOR CANCER? Documentary Film Defies the American Medical Community's Prescribed Treatments for Cancer and Chronic Disease

...erapy program over the last 60 years. Nobel prize winner Dr. Albert Schweitzer said of Gerson, "I see in Gerson one of the most eminent medical geniuses to ever walk among us." Despite the dismissal by the pharmaceutical and medical industries, the Gerson Therapy has proven to be effective and hi...

Madness- the Genius Connection

...highway to a dead end." Support for the conclusion of this study can be garnered from a hall of fame that depicts persons who were considered as geniuses and who had schizophrenia. They include John Nash, Nobel laureate for economics, Van Gogh the renowned painter, author Jack Kerouac and brilliant...
geniuses in Biological News

Common fish species has 'human' ability to learn

...ir local ecology." Co-author Professor Kevin Laland from the School of Biology at St Andrews University added: "Nine-spined sticklebacks may be the geniuses of the fish world. It's remarkable that a form of learning found to be optimal in humans is exactly what these fish do." ...
geniuses in Biological Technology

MicroCHIPS CEO Named in Popular Science's 'Seventh Annual Brilliant 10'

... Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- John Santini, Jr., PhD, CEO of MicroCHIPS, Inc., is named by Popular Science magazine as a member of the 2008 class of "young geniuses shaping the future of science." In the history of this annual list, Dr. Santini is the only honoree who is also a successful life sciences entrepreneu...
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