Guest

Dr. Ginger Campbell, host of the brain science podcast, joins the SCP where we discuss her podcast and different “brainy” topics. We close the show ranting about the iPhone 6.

Resources and Links

Near-Death Experiences? Results of the World’s Largest Medical Study of the Human Mind and Consciousness at Time of Death

A Synthetic Stimulant Never Tested in Humans, 1,3-dimethylbutylamine (DMBA), Is Identified in Multiple Dietary Supplements

Tumors Might Grow Faster at Night

Sugar Linked to Memory Problems in Adolescent Rats

The Ancient Heritage of Water Ice in the Solar System

The 2014 Nobel Prizes At A Glance

Making Old Lungs Look Young Again

Judgment and Decision-making: Brain Activity Indicates There Is More than Meets the Eye

Peanut Allergy Misdiagnosed In 2 Out Of 3 Cases

Solving the Mystery of the “Man in the Moon”

Satellite Measurements Reveal Gravity Dip from Ice Loss in West Antarctica

Olfactory Dysfunction Predicts 5-Year Mortality in Older Adults

A Single Bout of Resistance Exercise Can Enhance Episodic Memory Performance

Sensitivity and Specificity of the Empirical Lymphocyte Genome Sensitivity (Lgs) Assay: Implications for Improving Cancer Diagnostics

Sleep Twitches Light up the Brain

Cells From Placentas Safe for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Research Shows Alcohol Sensations Influenced by Genes

Aromatic-Turmerone Induces Neural Stem Cell Proliferation In Vitro and In Vivo

Stem Cell Treatments Surging into Clinic

First Patient Treated in Neuralstem Phase I Spinal Cord Injury Stem Cell Trial through the UC San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center

Japanese University May Strip Stem-Cell Scientist of Doctorate

Young, Brilliant and Underfunded

Studies Bring Tumeric to Stem Cell Research

Success in Creating Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Scientists Develop Barcoding Tools for Stem Cells

Giant Step toward New Diabetes Treatment

Generation of Functional Human Pancreatic β Cells In Vitro

Efficient Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells to Endothelial Progenitors via Small-Molecule Activation of WNT Signaling

Maternal Inflammation Contributes to Brain Overgrowth and Autism-Associated Behaviors through Altered Redox Signaling in Stem and Progenitor Cells

Photo Reference: Courtesy of Dr. Ginger Campbell