Complexity spaces will capture more a more nuanced understanding of technological evolution in the Pleistocene

In Paleolithic archaeology, we are interested in changes in complexity in technology, social networks, and communication over time. However, little research has been done to specify and quantify what is meant by ‘complexity.’ Recently that has begun to change. All of these contributions seem ...

By Robert Mahaney

Dementia is a Hydra: Care v. Cure.

Care versus cure is the current dilemma within dementia research. Is it ethical to prioritise resources to find a cure? Is this even possible? What is the projected timeframe? Clinical trials are long, costly procedures and bringing a drug to market in a responsible and affordable way is challen...

By Sophie Gaber

On centralized vs. decentralized neurotechnologies

Neurotechnology is any technology developed to interface with brain function. It is a rapidly advancing area with important implications for the study of the brain and neurological disorders, as well as consumerization of the connectome and related neurocognitive processes. However, the topology...

By Aiden Arnold

Anti-eclipse glasses

Eclipse glasses function by blocking all UV light and the majority of visible light according to the [ISO 12312-2 international safety standard](https://www.iso.org/standard/59289.html). The visual effect of those glasses is to show significantly dimmed partial occlusion of the sun while the sur...

By David Harris