You’re going to learn about how our body’s pH is helping us fight cancer, how memories aren’t stored where we thought they were, and how drinking coffee could have you spending a lot more at the store.
- “pH-Responsive Nanoparticles for Cancer Immunotherapy: A Brief Review” by Yunfeng Yan and Hangwei Ding
- Polycarbonate-based ultra-pH sensitive nanoparticles improve therapeutic window by Xu Wang, et al.
- Lighting up cancer cells with pH-activated nanoparticles by Angus Chen
- Cancer Statistics by National Cancer Institute
- “A Single Memory is Stored Across Many Connected Brain Regions” by The Picower Institute
- “Innovations and Inventions: SHIELD” by The Picower Institute
- “Protection Of Tissue Physicochemical Properties Using Polyfunctional Crosslinkers” by Young-Gyun Park, et al.
- “Memory” by Queensland Brain Institute
Don’t drink before you shop.
- “Caffeine Consumption Leads to Impulsivity during Shopping, New Study Shows” by Natali Anderson
- “EXPRESS: Caffeine's Effects on Consumer Spending” by Dipayan Biswas, Patrick Hartmann, Martin Eisend, Courtney Szocs, Bruna Jochims, Vanessa Apaolaza, Erik Hermann, Cristina M. López, and Adilson Borges.
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