Young talents

“My research looks at the impact of genetics on issues of solidarity. For years it was taken for granted that an individual’s setbacks were carried financially or otherwise by a large group. The sick were supported by the healthy. Through genetics we can now predict disease on an individual level.…

When the brain speaks for itself - Bettina Sorger

Written by Thursday, 25 January 2007 00:00
Means of communication for completely paralysed patients ‘Originally, I was trained as a nurse. Then, I spent two years working on a neurosurgical ward of a hospital, nursing patients who could not move or convey any other voluntary signals as the result of an accident or illness. Their eyes were…

Learning through play? - Maaike Lauwaert

Written by Monday, 15 January 2007 11:44
Maaike Lauwaert played with Lego when she was a child, but children these days spend a lot of their time playing with computers. How does a computer game compare with a doll’s house?  
“My research looks at the impact of genetics on issues of solidarity. For years it was taken for granted that an individual’s setbacks were carried financially or otherwise by a large group.
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