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✔️ Brain electrodes, tear gas's hormonal effects, how COVID vaccine is made, more! TAPP SciEd Updates - Issue #9

Kevin Patton
Kevin Patton
This issue has a diverse set of updates that include brain electrodes, potential tear gas effects on endocrine function, how COVID vaccines are made, autonomic imbalance, online discussions, and much more—including a very challenging essay on learning.

Life Science Updates
Breakthrough for flexible electrode implants in the brain
How Pfizer Makes Its Covid-19 Vaccine
Reaching ‘Herd Immunity’ Is Unlikely in the U.S., Experts Now Believe - The New York Times
Health issues and healthcare utilization among adults who reported exposure to tear gas during 2020 Portland (OR) protests: a cross-sectional survey | BMC Public Health | Full Text
Black or 'Other'? Doctors may be relying on race to make decisions about your health
Project to Read Genomes of All 70,000 Vertebrate Species Reports First Discoveries | HHMI.org
Autonomic Imbalance and Risk of Dementia and Stroke
The Framingham Study
I'm in love with angiography now : Radiology
Mitochondria play key role in lymphatic development
The Balance of Muscle Oxygen Supply and Demand Reveals Critical Metabolic Rate and Predicts Time to Exhaustion | Journal of Applied Physiology
What Your Eyes Say About Your Health
Teaching & Learning Updates
School Isn’t About Classes, It’s About Learning | Getting Smart
Although this essay focuses mainly on high school, it applies also to higher ed. The author’s ideas are very challenging. In a good way!
21 Ways to Structure an Online Discussion, Part 1 | Faculty Focus
How to hack your brain to remember almost anything
TAPP News & Notes
Study Groups | An Effective Way to Study Anatomy & Physiology
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