Eskandar

23 May 19

Year of Graduation: 2015University: University of WaterlooProgram: Management Engineering (5 year co-op program), graduating in 2020Management Engineering is Waterloo’s equivalent to Industrial Engineering, but with a modern day, high-tech focus – students learn industrial engineering principles, math, and computer programming to optimize and improve processes in any organisation. Students also develop a background in data […]

18 May 19
NATION AND STATE

It’s not just interest rates that are going negative around the globe: in a world in which money is increasingly going to robot, passive and various other low-cost, ETF-based investors, some fund managers are desperate enough to attract new outside capital that they are offering a negative fee model, that will pay investors and clients […]

08 May 19
Bruce's Blog

Doctors eye deep brain stimulation to treat opioid addiction by Erika Kinetz Bloodied white mesh covers the head of a methamphetamine user named Yan on Monday, Oct. 29, 2018, three days after he had a deep brain stimulation device implanted as part of a clinical trial at Ruijin Hospital in Shanghai, China. The hope is […]

08 May 19
Archy news nety

SHANGHAI (AP) – Patient number one is a skinny man with a scaly face and resilient knees. His head, shaved in preparation for surgery, is wrapped in a clean, white cloth. Years of drug use cost him his wife, his money and his self-esteem before he landed him in this boring yellow room at a […]

08 May 19
C PTSD - A Way Out

  . . Associated Press: Patient Number One is a thin man, with a scabby face and bouncy knees. His head, shaved in preparation for surgery, is wrapped in a clean, white cloth.   Years of drug use cost him his wife, his money and his self-respect, before landing him in this drab yellow room […]

08 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

Patient Number One is a thin man, with a scabby face and bouncy knees. His head, shaved in preparation for surgery, is wrapped in a clean, white cloth. Years of drug use cost him his wife, his money and his self-respect, before landing him in this drab yellow room at a Shanghai hospital, facing the […]

08 May 19
Financial Post

SHANGHAI — The sound of doctors boring through his skull to feed electrodes deep into his brain made Yan tremble. “The drill was like bzzzzzzz,” he later recalled. “The moment of drilling is the most terrible.” Yan has been using methamphetamine since 2011. The hope is that technology will extinguish his addiction — quite literally, […]

08 May 19
Names Throughout the Ages

Alastair is a Scottish male name, a variant form of Alasdair which is the Scottish form of Alexander which is the Latinized form of Greek Alexandros meaning “defending men” or “defender of men” from Greek elements alexo (to defend, help) and aner (man). In Greek mythology, it was another name for the Trojan prince Paris, famous for abducting Helen, wife of Menelaus, which started the ten […]

08 May 19
Financial Post

SHANGHAI — Patient Number One is a thin man, with a scabby face and bouncy knees. His head, shaved in preparation for surgery, is wrapped in a clean, white cloth. Years of drug use cost him his wife, his money and his self-respect, before landing him in this drab yellow room at a Shanghai hospital, […]

08 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

SHANGHAI (AP) — Patient Number One is a thin man, with a scabby face and bouncy knees. His head, shaved in preparation for surgery, is wrapped in a clean, white cloth. Years of drug use cost him his wife, his money and his self-respect, before landing him in this drab yellow room at a Shanghai […]

08 May 19
National Post

SHANGHAI — The sound of doctors boring through his skull to feed electrodes deep into his brain made Yan tremble. “The drill was like bzzzzzzz,” he later recalled. “The moment of drilling is the most terrible.” Yan is a methamphetamine addict. The hope is that technology will extinguish his addiction — quite literally, with the […]

08 May 19
National Post

SHANGHAI — Patient Number One is a thin man, with a scabby face and bouncy knees. His head, shaved in preparation for surgery, is wrapped in a clean, white cloth. Years of drug use cost him his wife, his money and his self-respect, before landing him in this drab yellow room at a Shanghai hospital, […]

02 May 19
Adele Is Reading

Hello friends. Today I have my review of Girl, Bitten by Gracely Knox, and D.D. Miers. Trigger / Content Warning: Murder, Stalking, Blood, Sex Scenes, Fighting, Drug Use Death has come for the undying. As a genetics graduate student, Sasha Keleterina knows a thing or two about blood. She’s courageous, capable, and not the kind […]

30 Apr 19
The Cyber Shafarat - Treadstone 71

The Facebook page of Hatem Deeb – August 2013 (and as it is today – https://www.facebook.com/ABU.BAHGAT.DEEB90) http://krebsonsecurity.com/tag/hatem-deeb/ – http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/is-this-19-year-old-the-leader-of-the-syrian-electronic-army Facebook friends SEA leadership and Foot Soldiers – Links to their Facebook sites – ‎‎‎Sam Syria, Faowaz Baddour, Ahmad Sleman, Ossama Kaseer, Alaa Mahmoud, Battalion AlAssad, Fady Ibrahim, Charbel Koueik, Ammar Aloshi, Zico Sy, Lama Hasan Alassad, Buthaina Alassad, Alaa […]

30 Apr 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Tunisia UN expert on breaches of Libya arms embargo must be released by Tunisia Letter: As a member of the UN panel of experts on Libya, Dr Moncef Kartas enjoys diplomatic immunity. His detention is a serious violation of Tunisia’s international obligations A fighter loyal to the internationally recognised Government of National Accord watches as […]

26 Apr 19
On Psychology and Neuroscience

 Subjective decisions are necessary component of human behavior.  Every day, we navigate life through our perspective by making subjective judgements and forming opinions about our environment. Recent research has identified cells in the dorsolateral pre-frontal cortex (dlPFC) that are active in humans while making subjective decisions during an opinion-based task1. All participants were asked to […]