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Rodolfo R. Llinás, MD, PhD

Title: Professor
Company: New York University
Location: New York, New York, United States

Rodolfo R. Llinás, MD, PhD, Professor at New York University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medicine and higher education.

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Medical Education

RF/Microwave Interaction With Biological Tissues MOBI

RF / Microwave Interaction with Biological Tissues: 9780471732778: Medicine & Health Science Books Amazon Available in: Hardcover. From engineering fundamentals to cutting-edge clinical applicationsThis book examines the biological effects of From engineering fundamentals to cutting-edge clinical applications This book examines the biological effects of RF/microwaves and their medical applications. 236 more words


From my head tomatoe!

I love them from my head to my toes (to-ma-toe).

Excited to see these seeds come to life, by this time all of them have their own small pot or bucket. 91 more words

Learning and the brain.

When we learn to do something new, whether it is a sport or playing an instrument, our brain changes. With practice, one gets better: the more the brain adapts, the better we become. 433 more words



CHAPTER 6: SCIENCE NO. 6-THE USE OF ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICITY. Developments in fiber optics, computers, electronic communications, nano-technology, bio-chips & neuro Citation. Roland CG. Bio-medical Telemetry: Sensing and Transmitting Biological Information From Animals and Man. 343 more words


Scientists hope new enzyme will 'eat' plastic pollution

(CNN)Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world’s worst pollution problems.

Researchers from Britain’s University of Portsmouth and the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) made the discovery while examining the structure of a natural enzyme found in a waste recycling center a few years ago in Japan. 259 more words

Syria chemical attack: Investigators allowed to visit site

Chemical weapons inspectors in Syria will be permitted to visit the site of an alleged chemical attack on Wednesday, Russia has said.

The international team has been in the country since Saturday, but has not been allowed to visit Douma. 601 more words