Officials watch for flooding as Suicide Basin reservoir drains

first_imgShare this story: Juneau | WeatherOfficials watch for flooding as Suicide Basin reservoir drainsJuly 17, 2018 by Adelyn Baxter, KTOO Share:Suicide Basin, pictured on June 29, 2016, from a U.S. Geological Survey webcam.Water began draining Monday from Suicide Basin into Mendenhall River, but officials don’t yet know if it will cause flooding.City Emergency Programs Manager Tom Mattice said residents who live along the Mendenhall River should be on alert in case water levels suddenly begin to rise.“There’s as much water or more as there was in 2016, so if this turns into a traditional jökulhlaup we could see record flooding,” Mattice said.“Jökulhlaup” is an Icelandic term for a flood from a glacial burst.The U.S. Geological Survey and the National Weather Service are monitoring water levels in Mendenhall Lake and the Mendenhall River. So far, no significant rise has been recorded.Glacial flooding in the Mendenhall area has become a routine summer occurrence the last few years.Nico Bus lives along the Mendenhall River in a neighborhood where many backyards have seen a significant increase in erosion. He said they keep an eye out for flooding, but there’s not much else they can do.“Sometimes, like last year, I think it was five times. Some of them are insignificant and you’re just waiting for the big one,” Bus said.In June, researchers reported that the basin was draining rapidly, which usually signals the start of flooding. They later found that a glacial calving event likely caused water levels to rise suddenly.Mattice said residents should exercise caution.“Obviously it’s starting as a slow event and it could stay that way we just really don’t know,” Mattice said.Residents can monitor water levels on the National Weather Service’s website. Here’s video of water from Suicide Basin flowing into Mendenhall Lake on Monday.last_img read more

Generic drug lobby rebrands itself as drug-pricing politics intensify

first_imgPolitics Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. By Dylan Scott Feb. 14, 2017 Reprints The Generic Pharmaceutical Association has a new name and a new ad campaign. Screen capture via YouTube The Generic Pharmaceutical Association is no more. Meet the Association for Accessible Medicines.Every industry group invested in the drug-pricing debate is gearing up and burnishing its brand. PhRMA, the brand-name pharmaceuticals lobby, has its “Go Boldly” campaign. Now the generics lobby is launching its own “education campaign” under a whole new name. Generic drug lobby rebrands itself as drug-pricing politics intensify Log In | Learn More What’s included? STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. Unlock this article by subscribing to STAT+ and enjoy your first 30 days free! GET STARTED GET STARTED What is it? Tags Congressdrug pricingpharmaceuticalspolicylast_img read more

Cats can catch Covid-19 from other cats, study finds. The question is: Can we?

first_imgLeave this field empty if you’re human: Still the researchers suggested people should be aware of the possibility of transmission from cats to people, and keep cats away from anyone in a household who is suspected of being sick with Covid-19. “I think it’s good practice to have this in people’s minds,” Halfmann said. He and his co-authors also urged people not to abandon cats or give them up for adoption because of such concerns.They also advised cat owners to keep their cats indoors.“Cats are still much more likely to get Covid-19 from you, rather than you get it from a cat,” Keith Poulsen, director of the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, said in a statement. Please enter a valid email address. The researchers, led by virologist Yoshihiro Kawaoka, experimentally infected three cats, and then placed an uninfected cat into each of the cages housing the infected animals a day later. The three uninfected cats were all infected within five days.Halfmann said uninfected cats were also put into cages a foot away from the cages containing the infected cats. None of those felines became infected with the virus.In early April, Chinese researchers reported that cats and ferrets were susceptible to infection. A few weeks later the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that two pet cats in New York state had tested positive for the virus. At least eight big cats at the Bronx Zoo — tigers and lions — were also infected with the virus.Many research groups have reported on virus shedding with Covid-19 by simply conducting testing by polymerase chain reaction, or PCR. A positive PCR hit tells you that the human or animal is shedding something, but it doesn’t reveal if they are emitting viral debris — which poses no risk of infection — or actual infectious viruses.The researchers responsible for this work did attempt to grow viruses from swabs taken from the noses and rectums of the cats; they found that all the animals were emitting infectious viruses from their noses. None of the rectal swabs produced infectious virus.Halfmann said there was quite a lot of virus — between 30,000 and 50,000 virus particles per swab. But what that means isn’t clear, he said. It’s not known how big a dose of virus is needed to infect a person. And there’s no ethically acceptable way to construct a trial to see if cats can infect people. With sporadic reports in recent weeks of cats infected with the coronavirus that causes Covid-19, a group of researchers set out to determine whether cats can transmit the pathogen to one another.The answer, the scientists said: They can. The question now is whether felines can transmit SARS-CoV-2 back to people.Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Tokyo noted that none of the cats in their study was visibly ailing, but they shed the virus from their nasal passages for about six days.advertisement DMITRY SEREBRYAKOV/AFP via Getty Images Helen Branswell About the Author Reprints By Helen Branswell May 13, 2020 Reprints Privacy Policy “Considering the amount of virus we found coming out of the noses of the cats … there is the possibility that these cats are shedding, fomites are being released in a person’s household or at cat shelters or human societies and that somehow people could possibly pick up the virus. I think it’s something people should be aware of,” said Peter Halfmann, a research professor at the University of Wisconsin and first author of the study, published as a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine.center_img Atul Gawande to depart as CEO of splashy health venture. Is it ‘a death knell’? Related: @HelenBranswell HealthCats can catch Covid-19 from other cats, study finds. The question is: Can we? Senior Writer, Infectious Disease Helen covers issues broadly related to infectious diseases, including outbreaks, preparedness, research, and vaccine development. Newsletters Sign up for Daily Recap A roundup of STAT’s top stories of the day. “It depends on the household and the cat, but there could be a lot of close contact with your pet cat on occasion,” Halfmann said.advertisement Tags Coronaviruslast_img read more

TSX, Wall Street up modestly ahead of next Fed meeting

first_img In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average advanced 39.45 points to 22,370.80. The S&P 500 index inched forward 2.78 points to 2,506.65 and the Nasdaq composite index was ahead 6.68 points to 6,461.32. With the Fed expected to deliver an update on its view of the U.S. economy Wednesday, all eyes are on the central bank right now, said Peggy Bowie, a senior trader at Manulife Asset Management. “I would definitely say it’s quiet,” said Bowie. “Everybody’s got their fingers crossed in bond land.” At the meeting, forecasters expect the central bank to release details on the timing for when it might start shrinking its multitrillion-dollar stockpile of bonds. Traders will also be listening for any indications that the Fed could move sooner on a rate increase, although it’s widely expected that it will leave interest rates unchanged and stick to plans to raise rates in December. In currency markets, the Canadian dollar was trading at an average price of US81.45¢, down 0.26 of a cent. Meanwhile in commodities, the November crude contract gave back US45¢ to US$49.90 per barrel and the October natural gas contract was down US2¢ to US$3.12 per mmBTU. The December gold contract lost US20¢ at US$1,310.60 an ounce and the December copper contract was unchanged at US$2.97 a pound. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media TSX gets lift from financials, U.S. markets rise to highest since March It was another day of modest gains for North American stock indices, as investors awaited comments from the two-day policy meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve which began Tuesday. The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index was up 56.30 points to 15,292.97. Toronto stock market dips on weakness in the energy and financials sectors S&P/TSX composite hits highest close since March on strength of financials sectorcenter_img Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Canadian Press Keywords Marketwatch last_img read more

Horizons ETFs proposes change to robotics ETF index

first_img IE Staff Subject to the approval of unitholders at a special meeting to be held on or about June 8, the ETF would change its underlying index to the Indxx global robotics and artificial intelligence thematic index.“The proposed index will provide investors of the ETF with similar thematic exposure to robotics, automation and artificial intelligence companies as currently provided by the current index,” Horizons says in a news release.If the change to the underlying index is approved, the ETF’s management fee is expected to drop to 0.68% from 0.75%, and the ticker symbol is expected to change to RBOT from ROBO.The proposed index is currently tracked by a U.S. ETF which is managed by Global X Management Company LLC. As previously announced, Global X has entered into an agreement and plan of merger that, if consummated, would result in Global X becoming an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Mirae Asset Global Investments Co., Ltd. Horizons ETFs is a member of Mirae Asset Global Investments Group. Toronto-based Horizons ETFs Management (Canada) Inc. has scheduled a special meeting of unitholders to approve a change to the underlying index tracked by Horizons Robotics and Automation Index ETF, which currently trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ROBO.Under the current investment objective, the ETF seeks to replicate, to the extent possible, the performance of the ROBO global robotics and automation index, net of expenses. The index is designed to provide exposure to the performance of equity securities of robotics-related and/or automation-related companies. Hi-tech technological background with numbers and calculations bluebay/123RFcenter_img Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

Whitecliff Wines of New Zealand Introduces Rosé to U.S. Market

first_imgEmail AdvertisementSan Rafael, Calif. (February 17, 2021) – Whitecliff Wines of New Zealand has added a rosé to its line of wines available in the U.S. for 2021. Owned by one of the top, family-owned wine companies in New Zealand, Whitecliff Wines has enjoyed strong distribution growth since it debuted in the U.S. in the spring of 2020. Palmateer Wine Group of San Rafael, California, handles U.S. sales and marketing for Whitecliff Wines.The new Whitecliff Rosé ($14), from the 2020 vintage, comes from premium estate vineyards in the Hawke’s Bay region of New Zealand and is made primarily from Merlot. Whitecliff owner David Mason has extensive vineyard holdings in Hawke’s Bay as well as Marlborough, where he grows Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.“This is a very vibrant rosé with wonderful richness and an approachable style,” noted winemaker Kel Dixon. “We have some outstanding estate vineyards in Hawke’s Bay, which give us exceptional fruit to work with. The Whitecliff Rosé is a classic New Zealand wine – beautifully balanced with pure flavors and an excellent value.”Whitecliff was founded in 1990 and is named for the dramatic white cliffs along the river that borders the original vineyard site on the family estate. The Mason family has more than 1,700 acres of vineyards in Hawke’s Bay and Marlborough, and their extensive knowledge and experience with each vineyard ensures consistent quality. Whitecliff Wines launched in the U.S. last year with a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir and now has distribution in more than 20 states.Additional information is at U.S. trade inquires can be directed to Palmateer Wine Group at 415-306-1760 or [email protected] Share ReddIt Facebook Home Industry News Releases Whitecliff Wines of New Zealand Introduces Rosé to U.S. MarketIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessWhitecliff Wines of New Zealand Introduces Rosé to U.S. MarketBy Press Release – February 17, 2021 169 0 Twitter Pinterest Linkedin TAGSWhitecliff Wines Previous articleDelille Cellars Releases 25th Vintage of Harrison Hill, a Washington Vineyard Legacy with the State’s Second Oldest Cabernet VinesNext articleWine Market Council Releases Results of Study on the Role of Wine in a Wellness Lifestyle Press Releaselast_img read more

V Simpson Emmanuel appointed as General Manager, Roche Products (India)

first_img News By EH News Bureau on June 3, 2020 Read Article Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Add Comment Central Eastern EuropeGeneral ManagerRoche IndiaRoche Products IndiaRussia & Indian SubcontinentTurkeyV Simpson Emmanuel Simpson has extensive experience of over 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry, across functions such as marketing, strategic planning, sales management, new product planning and accessRoche today announced the appointment of V Simpson Emmanuel as General Manager for Roche Products (India)  after a leadership change in December 2019.Simpson has an extensive experience of over 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry, across functions such as marketing, strategic planning, sales management, new product planning and access. He has led various functions and teams at a national as well as global level since he joined Roche in September 2014.“I am pleased to announce Simpson as the new General Manager for Roche India.” said Adriano Treve, Area Head – Central Eastern Europe, Turkey, Russia & Indian Subcontinent (CEETRIS), Roche. “Simpson has a deep understanding of the healthcare sector and with his strong diverse experience, I am confident he will guide the company to deliver better outcomes for more patients in India. India is a priority for Roche and I believe he will find new ways to shape the healthcare ecosystem together with our customers and embrace next generation ideas and technologies that can transform the lives of patients.”“I feel honoured to be stepping into this new role in these unique times. As we keep on working towards providing medical care to patients, I know that the current challenges in healthcare will only strengthen our intent to serve patients and drive excellence.” said Simpson. “We will continue to work passionately to make an impact on patient’s lives, focussing on delivering innovative solutions and collaborating with each stakeholder in the Indian healthcare ecosystem.”Simpson holds a Master’s degree in Health Economics from the University of York, UK, a Post-graduate Diploma in Business Administration in Marketing & Systems and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics. V Simpson Emmanuel appointed as General Manager, Roche Products (India) WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Comments (0) The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Share Related Posts Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care applast_img read more

Citywide – SMC’s “Shape Shifter” Wins Best Student Short Film at Golden State Film Festival

first_imgHomeLifeEntertainmentArtsCitywide – SMC’s “Shape Shifter” Wins Best Student Short Film at Golden State Film Festival Apr. 08, 2019 at 6:00 amArtsBriefsCity WideEntertainmentEventsSanta Monica CollegeCitywide – SMC’s “Shape Shifter” Wins Best Student Short Film at Golden State Film Festivalnews2 years agoGolden State Film FestivalShape ShiftersmcStudent Short FilmThe American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase The Santa Monica College (SMC) Film Program production “Shape Shifter” has won the Best Student Short Film at the second annual Golden State Film Festival. The showcase of national and international films took place March 22-28 at the TLC Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.Written and directed by SMC alum Kelly Thompson, “Shape Shifter” is a comedy that deals with the topic of body image. “It’s about a woman who sells weight loss products on an infomercial and she knows they don’t work,” said Thompson. “She finally has to come to a decision on whether she can continue doing that or not. It’s a moral decision.”“It’s a really personal script for me,” added Thompson. “When we first read the script in the class, tons of students stood up and discussed how they’ve had to deal with body issues, either with physical insecurities or other things.”“Shape Shifter” was shot in various locations around Los Angeles, with the SMC Film 33 “Making the Short Film” class functioning as a complete, professional film crew-in-training under the supervision of SMC Film Production head Prof. Salvador Carrasco.“I am very proud of what our students achieved with ‘Shape Shifter’ because it is a highly entertaining and intelligent comedy that delivers a powerful social commentary about body image, consumerism, and the need for us to seek answers within rather than without ourselves,” said Carrasco.SMC alumni Carrie Finklea and Michael Osborne also assisted as the film’s producing team. “‘Shape Shifter’ is a refined dark comedy about the infiltration of consumerism and its psychological impact on the individual,” said Finklea.  “If the product Brenda [the protagonist] represents is fraudulent, what does this mean about herself?”“This is one of the most talented casts of actors you could hope for,” added Osborne. Expanding on the film’s wider themes, Finklea said, “It is also a social commentary about other institutions, such as religion and corporate television. It brings to light the idea that we don’t question enough the institutions we blindly subscribe to.”On the opportunities afforded by the SMC Film Program, Thompson said, “I think two percent of Directors Guild of America (DGA) directors are women. It’s an exciting opportunity. I love that about the SMC Film Program, that Professor Carrasco tries to have equality between genders and economic backgrounds and [ethnicities]. Everyone who gets a chance deserves it.”The Golden State Film Festival is an annual event that aims to give emerging independent filmmakers a showcase for their talent. Filmmakers from the United States and across the world are eligible to participate. Both short and long form films are showcased at the festival. See for more information.SMC student films have won numerous accolades—including a BAFTA nomination, the Panavision Limelight Award at the Ojai Film Festival, Best Short Drama at the San Diego Film Festival, Best Short at the Prague Independent Film Festival, Special Mention at the International Festival of Film Schools in Munich, and Winner at the Women’s Independent Film Festival—and have been selected to screen in numerous prestigious domestic and international film festivals. Four SMC student films have been accepted into The American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase during the Cannes Film Festival.SMC offers an Associate of Science degree and Certificate of Achievement in film production. To learn more, email [email protected] or see The film program—as well as the films that come out of it—is on YouTube as the “Santa Monica College Film Program” channel. SMC’s film production program is housed at the college’s new Center for Media and Design in the heart of Los Angeles’s entertainment district.Submitted by Grace Smith, Public Information Officer Tags :Golden State Film FestivalShape ShiftersmcStudent Short FilmThe American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcaseshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a comment40th Annual SMC Student Photography Show April 16-April 27Citywide – Irene Dunne Guild from Saint John’s Health Center Foundation Planning May  Women’s Wellness LunchYou Might Also LikeBriefsLos Angeles Sheriff’s deputy accused of destroying evidence of 2019 assaultAssociated Press12 hours agoBriefsCalifornia State Treasurer Fiona Ma to Speak at Online Santa Monica College Commencement Ceremony June 25Guest Author12 hours agoEntertainmentLifeNoteworthyTales of Two DaughtersCharles Andrews14 hours agoBriefsNewsBeach House Begins Community Re-Opening June 15Guest Author1 day agoBriefsNewsInput Invited for Marine Park Improvement ProjectsGuest Author1 day agoBriefsNewsPublic Health Emphasizes the Importance of Vaccinations as Distancing and Masking Guidelines Relax Next WeekGuest Author1 day agolast_img read more

Intel boss brands 2015 a “turning point” in computing; unveils ‘Curie’

first_img Author LIVE FROM CES 2015: Brian Krazanich, CEO of Intel, took to the keynote stage at CES2015 to describe the coming year as an “important turning point” when new technologies will change the way we interact with devices, using the term “Computing Unleashed”.Echoing his keynote at last year’s CES, much was also made of Intel’s efforts in the wearables space, which he described as “where mobile computing becomes personal”. And a third feature of the new computing model is “intelligence everywhere, where everything becomes smart and connected”.In a presentation that featured numerous demonstrations of future technologies, Krzanich said: “Up until now, computing has been defined by interaction with a screen, a mouse, and a keyboard. We are limited to just flat surfaces, and you could at most adjust, change, interact. But this is about to change.”“We are going to experience Computing Unleashed, where computing gains a new dimension. From that two dimensional world, to a three dimensional world. Computers are gaining senses. They are going to be able to see, and hear. And that will result in their ability to understand. They are becoming wirefree, giving new meaning to portable and mobile,” he said.With regard to wearables, Krzanich showcased a successor to Edison, unveiled last year at CES2014, which was “basically a computer the size of a postage stamp”.CurrieThe Intel chief said: “As engineers, we knew that we could do better. We knew we could make computers even smaller. And I have to tell you we have done it. We have made them so small, they are like the button on this jacket” – revealing the button sized mini-computer called Curie (pictured).Curie includes processor, Bluetooth LE radio, sensors and battery charging technology.Noting that the product is “just out of our labs”, Krzanich showed it running a step-counting app during his presentation.“This is just the first prototype of Curie. Curie is really meant to be a platform. It will be available in the second half of 2015. We are really excited to bring Curie to our partners. With this product, they can deliver wearables in a range of form factors – rings, bags, bracelets, pendants, and yes, even the buttons on our jackets,” he said. Steve Costello CES 2015 NewsIntelwearables Previous ArticleUS mobile giants tackle content delivery challengesNext ArticleGovernments must do more to drive innovation – CEA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 07 JAN 2015 Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more HomeCES 2015 Post Intel boss brands 2015 a “turning point” in computing; unveils ‘Curie’ Tags last_img read more

Newton Understood that Nature Manifests Design of the Highest Order

first_imgRequesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos Intelligent Design Newton Understood that Nature Manifests Design of the Highest OrderMichael EgnorJanuary 1, 2018, 5:58 PM Tags2018atheismcalculusChristianitydesignEngineeringgravitationIsaac NewtonMind of GodmotionNew YearNewtonian mechanicspantokratorphysicsprophecyscienceScientific EnlightenmentscientismTrinity,Trending To all our readers I wish a happy and blessed 2018. We have much to celebrate in this season, and I would suggest that in addition to our traditional celebrations, we take a moment to give thanks for the life of a man who was born in 1642.Isaac Newton transformed mathematics and physics. He (co)discovered calculus, and discovered the principles of motion and gravitation that form the basis of most modern physics and engineering. Even the great advances of the 20th century in relativity and quantum mechanics were elaborations on, or formulated in distinction to, Newtonian mechanics.Some atheists have implicitly claimed Newton as their own. They woefully misunderstand Newton and the Scientific Enlightenment.Newton, like virtually all the great scientists who have given us modern science, was a passionate Christian. He was unorthodox; his beliefs are best described as non-Trinitarian monotheism, bordering on Deism. Yet he wrote more extensively about biblical prophecy and Christianity than about physics and mathematics, and he believed that the harmony and mathematical beauty in nature were the design of the universe from the Mind of God.He wrote:This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent Being. […] This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called “Lord God” παντοκρατωρ [pantokratōr], or “Universal Ruler”. […] The Supreme God is a Being eternal, infinite, [and] absolutely perfect…Newton held atheism in disdain:Opposition to godliness is atheism in profession and idolatry in practice. Atheism is so senseless and odious to mankind that it never had many professors.Newton understood that nature manifests Design of the highest order, and that science, properly understood, is the study of the intelligent design of the universe. Atheist belief — the denial of intelligent design in the natural world — is the antithesis of science. Atheistic scientism is akin to idolatry, and is an ideologically motivated refusal to acknowledge the obvious design manifest in the natural world.Newton’s revolutionary research was an exemplar of the indispensability of inference to intelligent design in science. This design inference was shared by virtually all the great scientists of the past several centuries, from Copernicus to Galileo to Kepler to Faraday to Pasteur to Maxwell to Einstein.So with the New Year I’m thankful for many blessings. In my prayers, I give our Creator thanks for the blessing of modern science, given to us through scientists like Isaac Newton who explicitly seek and reveal nature’s intelligent design.Image: Isaac Newton, by William Blake [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Faith & Science Michael EgnorSenior Fellow, Center for Natural & Artificial IntelligenceMichael R. Egnor, MD, is a Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics at State University of New York, Stony Brook, has served as the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery, and award-winning brain surgeon. He was named one of New York’s best doctors by the New York Magazine in 2005. He received his medical education at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and completed his residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital. His research on hydrocephalus has been published in journals including Journal of Neurosurgery, Pediatrics, and Cerebrospinal Fluid Research. He is on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Hydrocephalus Association in the United States and has lectured extensively throughout the United States and Europe.Follow MichaelProfile Share Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Sharecenter_img Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesis Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour “A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide Recommended A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to Alllast_img read more