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Layers of Human Brain

Layers of Human Brain

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator


Human Brain Peeled Back to Its Transcriptional Core



The Allen Human Brain Atlas, a data set derived from analyses of tissue samples such as the one shown here, was used in an investigation of differential transcription across 132 structures in six individual brains. 951 more words

Genome Biology

Kahn and the Bomb

Ghamari-Tabrizi, Sharon. The Worlds of Herman Kahn: The Intuitive Science of Thermonuclear War. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005.

When is a history of one man not a biography? 496 more words

Book Review

Flourishing within limits to growth

By Brian Fath, IIASA Advanced Systems Analysis Program and Towson University

The seminal book The Limits to Growth by Donella Meadows and colleagues was a first attempt to make a world model that integrated environment, economics, population, and industrial pollution. 833 more words

Climate Change

Network science and marketing: A virus’ tale

By Matthias Wildemeersch,  IIASA Advanced Systems Analysis and Ecosystems Services and Management Programs

FotoQuest Austria is a citizen science campaign initiated by the IIASA Ecosystems Services & Management Program that aims to involve the general public in mapping land use in Austria. 673 more words


Mapping the Tanzanian dairy industry: Farming systems, infrastructure and natural resources

With a concerted effort to improve livelihoods through the Tanzanian dairy industry, there is a need to understand the current state of the industry and related environmental resources, and how these may change as the industry develops. 113 more words


Introducing live, interactive graphs for Vancouver real estate market statistics

Live, interactive graphs for Vancouver real estate market statistics are now available on brendanconnolly.ca. Explore the median sales price, sales-to-active-listings ratio, total inventory, number of sales, and the MLS® HPI price. 110 more words

Vancouver Real Estate

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New course - Studio in Human-Centered Systems Design

I am excited to be designing an undergraduate course that combines several of my passions – systems analysis, design methods, project-based learning and a critical, reflective pedagogy. 1,321 more words