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Richard G. Lanzara

Richard G. Lanzara

Entrepreneurial Scientist and Pharmacologist interested in how our senses and receptors work and everything else that follows from that...
Sex Trafficking: Advocates, NYPD Warn That Thousands Are Being Exploited Across Five Boroughs -
People Missing Brain Wiring Form Unique Neural Connections -
Internet of Things and Wearables Will Dominate by 2025 -
V.C. Firm Names Robot To Board of Directors -
Antennae: A Galactic Spectacle -
Energy, genes and evolution: introduction to an evolutionary synthesis - http://rstb.royalsocietypublis...
Sacbee - Outdoors: Wealth of new information in American River guidebook -
How Many Earths? | New Scientist -
Deloitte | The Innovator Hospital: Poised to Deliver Future Care | Health Care Providers -
Better health through good choices -
How to Help Someone with a Mental Illness -
Brain zap rouses people from years of vegetative state - health - 26 February 2014 - New Scientist -
Malaria 'spreading to new altitudes' -
Our first glimpse of ocean life at the bottom of an unexplored trench -
Fwd: When I put it in the kiln I wasnt sure if it was awesome or ugly ... it has been christened the Awesome Ugly bead (and I love it!) (via
Whose Radical Jesus? The Story of a Literary Success - Or try:
Simulated blindness can help revive hearing, researchers find -
Child sex trafficking happens here in the United States | Crime, News | – Latest World News & Opinions -
Why do we perceive logarithmically? Varshney 2013 Significance Wiley Online Library -
You Can Get Placebo Sleep | Smart News | Smithsonian -
Volcanic mayhem drove major burst of evolution - environment - 16 January 2014 - New Scientist -
BERLIN: World's richest 85 people have as much as half of globe’s population, Oxfam reports - Business Breaking News - -
Striking a Chord with the Younger Generation -
Natural 3-D counterpart to graphene discovered: New form of quantum matter -
Nanotechnology: A deeper look at interfaces -
Fwd: Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to Develop “Body-on-a-Chip” - (via
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