Tag Archives: neuroscience

Landlords Beware!

Here’s my wonderful house in Southwest Harbor, Maine. I’ve rented it for the academic year and in August for the past 10 years. Fabulous renters have included a Jackson lab scientist from San Diego, a Hungarian College of the Atlantic … Continue reading

Posted in Mount Desert Island/Maine, Neuroscience needs me | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Brains, tradition and family history

Mayim Bialik is intense — and not that different from the geeky scientist she plays on TV’s #1 sitcom  “Big Bang Theory.” I resisted the show for a long time because of its canned laughter, which for me indicates phony … Continue reading

Posted in Neuroscience needs me | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

It’s all about the brain

If I were younger and smarter I’d study neuroscience. All those fascinating connections, how we’re actually wired for cooperation — not intra-species violence — but greed has taught us otherwise, at least us Americans. I don’t believe obsessive greed is … Continue reading

Posted in Neuroscience needs me | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment