Daily Archives: March 15, 2016

My genes don’t fit! Living in a salt saturated society. Matthew Bailey

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Our biology is currently out of sync with our environment. By making connections between past and present, Matthew sets out how we came to be in such a predicament, and the consequences for our health.

This talk was delivered at Edinburgh’s iconic Central Hall on Thursday, February 18th 2016 and was a part of series of talks given at the TEDxUniversityofEdinburgh 2016 Conference.

Dr Matthew Bailey is the Director of the Centre for Cardiovascular Science at the University of Edinburgh. He completed his PhD in London, post-doctoral training in Saclay (France) and has worked at Yale. Along the way, Matthew has been picking apart the workings of the kidney, blood pressure, and most recently the role of salt in human physiology.

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Fuel My School.Elementary School Finalists

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Produced this package with the awesome AM News team & Dan Mannarino to help fuel a lucky NYC school. One of these two schools will get $5,000 check for supplies and technology. Watch & vote folks. These kids were some of the sweetest munchkins I’ve ever met. They were all about hugs and positivity — even in the toughest of times… PIX11 News video news.

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Artist Heri Dono on ‘Brilliant Ideas’. Bloomberg Business video

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Heri Dono was born in 1960 in Jakarta, Indonesia and is one of Indonesia’s best-known contemporary artists. Heavily influenced by Javanese “wayang” theatre, comic books and animation, Dono’s works are characterized by his penchant for the fantastical and the absurd, populated by astonishing characters and strange juxtapositions. While ostensibly playful and humorous, his works often contain incisive socio-political commentary on both Indonesia and abroad….
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