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Nucleus Mag

December 11 · Issue #17 · View online

Science and Culture Stories Curated by Journalist Dinsa Sachan

I know, I know. I’ve been gone for a while. Work, travel and not-so-good personal stuff has kept me away from Nucleus Mag. But here’s the good news: I’m back. 
Even though I went absconding for the last few months, I was churning out stories like a pro. Here’s proof.
I’m linking to 11 stories that came out after the last issue of Nucleus Mag. 
I would love to know what you think of my most recent work.

The dangers of venting
Zeda Rosenberg: determined to empower women to prevent HIV infection
A broad experience
AI can guide us — or just entertain
Meet 4 people helping travelers with disabilities see the world
Can a credit card-sized monitor help India battle its heart disease epidemic?
What do we get wrong about the Golden Rule?
The science of giving yourself a pep talk
Me, myself, and my serving size: why mindful eating should replace the outdated norm
Can AI make great art?
The long road to an HIV vaccine
It’s that time of the year again – goal setting! For me, 2017 was sometimes exhilarating, sometimes heartbreaking.
This week, I’ll immerse myself in a left-brained dissection of what worked and what didn’t – and how I can make 2018 awesome personally and professionally.
What are your goals for the next year? Fill me in!
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Until next week,
Dinsa SachanFreelance Science and Culture Journalist
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