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Oliver Sacks
Great advice on writing from @BillHayesNYC. If only I had the discipline to follow his example...nyti.ms/1pr3iKJ
You can't unsee a sneeze in slow motion from @scifri. It's kinda cool in that way. u.pw/1tlgMZs pic.twitter.com/vBXJqbHeBo
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Sex, memory, neuro-rock and sea slugs: @Amygdaloids' Joe LeDoux interviews Eric Kandel for Scientific American video ht.ly/AAejd
A genius whose warmth and humanity came first: my thoughts on Robin Williams, a friend I will always treasure. newyorker.com/culture/cultur…
Penny Marshall remembers Robin Williams on Awakenings set, "he had a great laugh." @NewYorker ht.ly/AqfBJ
Self-folding robot design inspired by origami, art meets science. @nytimes ow.ly/3oh63q
How can you measure the speed of light using chocolate? @smithsonian ht.ly/AivXU
Why do elephants have such a great sense of smell? @cdellamore @NatGeo gene diversity may play a significant role ht.ly/3oh5gt
Review of #particlefever from @Gizmodo: “I felt like a physicist” ow.ly/3oh437
Why is taking time off so important? @danlevitin for @nytimes on the neurology of rest. ow.ly/3oh15F
Interesting article by @OliverSacks on what it is like to "see" after a long period of #blindness. Not what you think owl.li/zFSmi
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Could brain implants help restore lost memories? @smithsonian ht.ly/A7R8k
Great Earth Science Picture of the Day: Bioluminescence and Galactic Glow ow.ly/i/6u8nw
I will be doing a live interview on @scifri today at 3pm, discussing a new film about music therapy. Stream here: ht.ly/zQ0Y4
If Charles Darwin or Tycho Brahe had been on Twitter, what might they have said? bit.ly/UA6OWz via @theguardian
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Watch as an Ivory Coast Cocoa Farmer Gets His Very First Taste of Chocolate: is.gd/UibZAW pic.twitter.com/94DBTzVWNp
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Congratulations to our friends at Fountain House on the Hilton Humanitarian Award!
Watch the trailer for 'Alive Inside' here: aliveinside.us/#trailer
RT @joshgroban: The science to back up #artsed is growing and exciting. bit.ly/1sAzWez
'Alive Inside' shows the power of music as therapy for dementia patients, now playing at @sunshine_cinema in NYC ht.ly/zm2S3
Why music makes people feel "Alive Inside" via @katiecouric ht.ly/zm2PP
Photo: An octopus’s garden for tentacle-lovers of all ages! tmblr.co/Zpsh2y1Laowsm
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Happy 81st birthday, Oliver Sacks! The iconic neurologist on plagiarism and the necessary forgettings of creativity j.mp/1syK0Ce
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Thank you everyone for the well-wishing and congratulations on my 81st (or thallium) birthday!
“No matter what your age or your life path…it is not too late or too selfish or too silly to work on your creativity" j.mp/1q9EofY
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"To be human is to be aware of the passage of time" @brainpickings on memory and mental time travel ht.ly/yEYHI
How do we define literature? RT @The_Millions: "The canon may be gone, but the idea of the canon persists." harpers.org/archive/2014/0…
Can musical ability be measured? Dr. Müllensiefen has come up with some interesting ways to measure musicality ht.ly/ybRyz
Are you a super recognizer? I most certainly am not... ht.ly/ybRfk
New insight into how bats conquer the air from Brown University researchers @nytimes ht.ly/ybQSJ
I am speaking tomorrow with Danny Chamovirtz in Jerusalem at Hebrew University Center for Rationality, Feldman Building, room 130 at 5pm!
Happy Bloomsday to all Joyce readers! ht.ly/y5DjC
Saluting Hidden Wings on five years of nurturing young adults with autism, and making the world a better place! ht.ly/3lNEPG
UQ researchers rediscover bat thought to be extinct for over a century ht.ly/xWuUo
How do spiders use music to catch prey and find mates? ht.ly/xWrUz
Why is sleep so important in learning and memory? Novel study suggests our brains physically grow during sleep ht.ly/xWqX0
Great article on the stigma of labeling ordinary conditions as diseases by @AaroneCole in @nytimes ht.ly/xWqFK
Great idea, crayons labeled with the names of the chemical compounds that produce their colors ht.ly/xD09Y
Great piece in @nytimes about my local newsstand in Greenwich Village by @BillHayesNYC ht.ly/xKsZB
Great piece in @nytimes about my local newsstand in Greenwich Village by @BillHayesNYC
Charming review of The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat by René Raemaekers on psychology page, ht.ly/xCZ16
Everyday psychology you should probably know, from Health Science Degree ht.ly/xCZwp
Why do some songs compel us to get up and dance while others don't? @foodiesicence @NPR on infectious danceability ht.ly/xCYgQ
Great news! Herring heaven in NYC: Russ & Daughters Cafe is now open. russanddaughterscafe.com
Even fruit flies take the time to deliberate over hard questions @nytimes ht.ly/xlLqI
For Arthur Conan Doyle's birthday, how to think like Sherlock Holmes j.mp/RXC8wX pic.twitter.com/6QJwQJ7mwa
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The story of a whale who tried to bridge the linguistic divide between animals and humans, via @smithsonian ht.ly/xa91V