Diffusion Science radio: Inclusion soothes your genes

Inclusion soothes your genes


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Daraprim: Profiteering in Big Pharma,
and memorable Ape TV by Ian Woolf,
Professor Steve Cole explains what to do about the effects of isolation and insecurity on the regulation of gene expression,
Steve Trygel talks about the Sydney University Maker Club.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf.

2015-08-19 21.29.42
Professor Steve Cole

2015-08-16 16.47.44
Steve Trygel from Sydney University maker Club

Pharmaceutical Greed Villain Martin Shkreli Will Fight the Whole Internet
Company Acquires Rights To Drug Used By AIDS/Cancer Patients; Immediately Raises Per Pill Price From Under $14 To $750
Martin Shkreli Has One Idea, And It’s a Bad One
Market Exclusivity Is Sometimes Too Much
Catalyst Pharmaceuticals and Their Disgusting Business Strategy

Retrophin CEO Under Fire for Twitter Faux Pas

The Most Unconscionable Drug Price Hike I Have Yet Seen
Generic Drugs: Daraprim
FDA: Frequently Asked Questions on Patents and Exclusivity
Food-borne illness: Toxoplasma

Great Apes Make Anticipatory Looks Based on Long-Term Memory of Single Events
Chimps Like Movies Starring People in Ape Suits
Chimps like watching thriller movies starring people wearing ape suits: study


September 21, 2015

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