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Animals, interview, Science Chris Mortensen: It’s much healthier for people to work with horses, rather than playing video games

21.08.2014 19:40    , ,

Chris Mortensen

Equine physiologist Chris Mortensen studies the influence of exercise and stress on mare fertility. His laboratory at University of Florida conducts research on reproductive function in horses and other mammals. Dr. Mortensen also teaches marvelous The Horse Course at Coursera, which is absolutely essential for anyone interested in equids. In his interview for metkere.com Chris Mortensen explained why horses are man’s and woman’s best friends and talked about their role in modern economy.

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interview, Science Michael Kuhar: We’re only beginning to understand how the brain works

15.08.2014 14:47    , , , ,

Michael J Kuhar

Neuroscientist Michael J. Kuhar has been studying brain for decades. He focused his research on analysis of the work of brain through chemical signaling and the effect of drugs on the brain through receptors. In 2012 Kuhar published The Addicted Brain book and now teaches online course at Coursera of the same name. We spoke with professor Kuhar about his studies, addiction treatment and the future of online education.

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crime, interview, politics, terrorism Edwin Bakker: Investment in the rule of law is the best counterterrorism strategy

11.01.2014 17:08   

Edwin Bakker

Dr. Edwin Bakker, Director of the Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism, told metkere.com why terrorists targeted Volgograd and how Russian authorities should deal with them.

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