Definitely worth reading. Should get Jim Davies’ book.
Jim Davies | Mar 23, 2016 | Nautilus
Pretty amazing how much we are dependent on a bunch of “low life”s.
How “probiotic epidemics” help wildlife—and us—survive
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The biology of business
Biologists have brought rigour to psychology, sociology and even economics. Now they are turning their attention to the softest science of all: management
Do genes influence how we vote? Professor Peter Loewen thinks it may. From the University of Toronto magazine, winter 2010:
According to research, being lonely changes gene expression to reduce viral infection defenses and to increase bacterial defenses (inflammation). From The Economist, Feb 24th 2011:
“…The effect is almost as big as financial literacy…”
From Scientific American Mind – August 12, 2010:
A recent study was the first to show that a particular gene affects financial behavior outside the lab