Archive for May, 2013

 
  • Neuroscience: Gene sequencing project finds new mutations to blame for a majority of brain tumor subtype

    neurosciencestuff: The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project has identified mutations responsible for more than half of a subtype of childhood brain tumor that takes a high toll on patients. Researchers also found evidence the tumors are susceptible to drugs… Neuroscience: Gene sequencing project finds new mutations to blame for a majority of brain tumor subtype

     
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  • 10 countries with the best quality of life

    Canadians have the third-best overall well-being amongst developed countries, according to the OECD’s Better Life Index. The Index measures 36 of the world’s most-developed countries across a number of criteria. This ranking is based on an average score across those criteria. 10 countries with the best quality of life

     
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  • George Soros: The philosophy of an elite investor

    Did you know that a $1,000 investment with George Soros in 1969, would have been worth more than $4 million by now? This maverick hedge fund manager generated significant annual returns, after management fees. His flagship Quantum Fund is revered by investors. Despite the animosity generated by his trading tactics and the controversy surrounding his investment philosophy, George Soros spent decades at the head of the class among the world’s elite investors. In 1981, Institutional Investor magazine named him “the world’s greatest money manager.” George Soros: The philosophy of an elite investor

     
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  • Neuroscience: Healthy lifestyle choices mean fewer memory complaints

    neurosciencestuff: Research has shown that healthy behaviors are associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, but less is known about the potential link between positive lifestyle choices and milder memory complaints, especially those that occur earlier in life and could be the first indicators… Neuroscience: Healthy lifestyle choices mean fewer memory complaints

     
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  • theatlantic: Should You Go to College? The Atlantic FAQ A click, print, and paste chart for young people on the fence about higher ed.

     
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  • stanfordbusiness: You’re underachieving if you have low expectations for yourself, believes Professor Margaret Neale. In this recording of Neale’s webinar “The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Negotiation,” learn how setting higher expectations can actually improve your performance during a negotiation: http://stnfd.biz/lAgm9 

     
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  • nbcnews: Forget self-denial: Key to richer, healthier life is a good imagination (Photo: Matt Rivera / NBC News) Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow, there will be sun, Little Orphan Annie sang. Recent neuroeconomics research suggests she was onto something.  Read the complete story.

     
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  • goodideaexchange: “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.”

     
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