The exclusion of the Creating and Restoring Equal Access to Equivalent Samples (CREATES) Act from a budget passed earlier this month disappointed U.S. Sen. Pat Leahy, but one economist says patients are better off without it.
The U.S. DOJ has yet to release long-promised clarifications on the Americans with Disabilities Act that would help judges handle lawsuits that claim businesses’ websites are not handicap-accessible – and the blame isn’t on just one of the country’s last two very different presidents.
The implications are far worse than sneaking a peek at your cell phone during dinner. Dopamine-driven organizations produce three predictable problems:
1. Transactional relationships 2. Lack of strategic thinking 3. Ethical lapses
Last week global leaders in science, technology and diplomacy gathered at the UN and Universities around the world for the 3rd Annual International Day of Women & Girls in Science. Only 30% of the world’s researchers are women, but neuroscience is seeing a global uptick in female representation.
Awkward conversations about end of life issues and health care preferences are essential if we want control over the last part of our lives. The American Bar Assn offers free a free Consumer’s Tool Kit to help with advance healthcare planning. You and your aging parent can try it out.
22-year-old Easton LaChappelle wants to use 3D-printing and automation to produce realistic-looking, robotic prosthetic arms at a fraction of the price of current models. And he’s partnering with Microsoft, Stratasys and Dassault Systemes to do it.