Diffusion Science radio: Rat Park and Chromatic Composer

Rat Park and Chromatic Composer


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News of mice rejuvenated with B3 extract, by Ian Woolf.
From the Sydney Mini Maker Faire,Susana Alarcon demonstrated a machine that draws music,
The tale of Rat Park - how socially connected rats don't like drugs by Ian Woolf,
John August interviews Dr Matthew Rimmer about the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf


Sydney Mini Maker Faire
Susana Alarcon
Declining NAD+ Induces a Pseudohypoxic State Disrupting Nuclear-Mitochondrial Communication during Aging
University of NSW research finds compound that can reverse ageing
Australian and US scientists reverse ageing in mice, humans could be next

The effect of housing and gender on morphine self-administration in rats
Effect of early and later colony housing on oral ingestion of morphine in rats
Stuart McMillen's Rat Park comic
A bustle in the cage-row: the making of Rat Park
Globalization of Addiction: the post-Rat Park research of Bruce Alexander
Drug addiction: The complex truth
Socially Isolated Rats are More Vulnerable to Addiction, Report Researchers
Bruce Alexander's Globalization of Addiction Website
Associate Professor Matthew Rimmer


December 23, 2013

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