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Space Neuroscience: A Special Area Within the Space Life Sciences Space life scientists also would like to learn how space flight and microgravity affect the nervous system. This area of research is known as space neuroscience. The study of the ways in which the body’s brain, spinal cord, and network of nerves control the activities of animals and humans is called neuroscience. A particular focus of space life sciences research is seeking answers to questions about changes that occur in the human body when it is launched from Earth’s surface, remains in the microgravity environment of space, and then returns to Earth.
What's new? Polishing is good again. What about hydrogen peroxide? What about ozone? What about a lot of things. Join Shirley Gutkowski as she makes her way through some of the new research in dental hygiene. Oh, and she'll pick out some holes too.
We're treating diseases a certain way, in isolation. Wack a Mole health care has to end. Your first medication or surgery paves the way for the next one and the next one with no regard to how the system functions as a whole.
Intuition has long been thought to be somewhat mysterious and undefine-able. But instead of thinking of intuition as a “thing” that some people have and others don’t, current scientific research points to the power of thinking of intuition as a system of interconnected aspects of our body, mind and brain, such as:
o The left hemisphere of the brain gathers domain-specific knowledge
o The right hemisphere of the brain connects to the body and receives info from the heart and gut
o The body “knows” through biochemical response to physical cues
o Our mirror neurons allow us to connect with people empathically
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This week we will focus on "Chaos". How it is created, how we experience chaos and what happens in the brain. Also how can "Chaos" actually be a gift? At BEabove Leadership, we help people understand that the most important thing is not what we DO, but who we ARE. Through our Seven Levels of Effectiveness, we provide a road map of human effectiveness which elegantly and clearly shows us not only where we are, but where we want to go to find that new level of
"Maximize Your Genealogy Research at the Alexandria Library, Special Collections", with Leslie Anderson.
Natonne Elaine Kemp welcomes Leslie Anderson, Reference Librarian in Special Collections, Alexandria Library and co-author of Alexandria and editor of the multi-volume Virginia Slave Births Index, 1853-1865. She is on the Board of Governors of the Virginia Genealogical Society, a member of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, the National Genealogical Society, and several Virginia and Pennsylvania genealogical societies. Ms. Anderson received her Master's of Science in Library Science degree from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio and her Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies from Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. She has participated in the Virginia Institute of Genealogical Research, the National Institute on Genealogical Research, the University of Virginia's Rare Book School, Samford University’s Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research, and the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. Her articles have appeared in the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy and The Virginia Genealogical Society Newsletter.
OTHER WORLD RADIO Guest: Antoine Gigal
ANTOINE GIGAL - Researcher and Author in egyptology l is for 20 years working in Egypt, knowing the most remote archaeological sites. She published hundreds of articles in French, English, Italian, Dutch and did a lot of lectures worldwide as well as international radio shows. Her goal is to reveal the comprehensive, fascinating vision that suddenly comes into focus when one is able to understand Egypt as a whole. She likes to work mainly with geologists and engineers. Ancient Egypt holds in her point of view, the secret of secrets because it has been the depositary of mysteries concerning humankind for a long time and there are quite a lot of things to elucidate. With the help of academic sources, very necessary in order to find the original texts and translations she works again, and with excavation reports, thesis and books in several languages and facing the reality of the fieldwork, the « terrain », because it is necessary to efficiently compare and immerse oneself in the sites, she is trying to discover the true legacy left by the ancient egyptians for the benefit of humanity. She not only use to come back dozen of times in a same site to compare Geology, hydrology, ancient maps and to day satellite views but she also works with an indispensable element that many scientists ignore too often the famous oral tradition that still endures on the African continent. Topics: Developments from Egypt: Research from the Shifting Sands. - How is Egypt situation today? -How is Archaeology today in Egypt? -What is the Future for Egypt? -Gigal's research in the Emirates: what she is doing? What is her discoveries? What are her goals? -What are / or / what has been her difficulties? -Why Ancient Egypt is so important?
Sister Intisar Majidah, and Brother Sherman Muhammad are among the panelist for June 15, 2013 Topic: Warehousing, Transportation, and Distribution; Speaking from experience is Bro. Joe Muhammad, Bro. Landus Muhammad plus "Grow Where You Are" by author Frank Muhammad.
Join us for the next episode of FGS Radio - My Society, an Internet radio show on Blog talk Radio presented by the Federation of Genealogical Societies.
This week’s episode hosted by Randy Whited is entitled Planning Your Genealogy Society Research Trip. Our guest this week will be Pat Oxley, past President of FGS. Together we will be discussing the adventures of planning a research trip for your society. Our Society Spotlight this week will showcase the Lincoln-Lancaster Genealogical Society.
Tune in to FGS Radio – My Society each week to learn more about genealogy societies and join in a discussion of the issues impacting the genealogical community.
We all have to manage conflicts in our brain on a daily basis, not only with others but with ourselves: making the right decisions, choosing between options, between objectives, allocating our time and resources, etc. Our session will cover what neuroscience has to tell us about how the brain manages all of those conflicts and how can we use those findings to improve our well-being and effectiveness from a social, emotional and cognitive standpoint.
François Bogacz is an IMI certified mediator, a Harvard PON graduate and the co-founder and CEO of Neuroawareness Consulting Services. His company offers consulting services and designs professional development programs to help individuals, teams and organizations maximize their potential by understanding the human brain at the emotional, social and cognitive levels.
Steven Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation, conflict analysis, facilitation, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. He is a former employee of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Resolution and the D.C. Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency as an ADR Specialist.
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