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This is GOLD

Lecture notes from a CS lecture by Peter Thiel (wiki bio)   “It may upset people to hear that competition may not be unqualifiedly good. We should be clear what we mean here. Some sense of competition seems appropriate. Competition … Continue reading

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Hot Off The Presses

In a paper epubbed in Nature Medicine this week, researchers at Stanford showed a new technique for tagging glios using nanoparticles. Glios (glioblastoma multiforme) are the Darth Vader of brain tumors. Originating in glial cells which form the crucial supporting … Continue reading

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What I think about when I think about specialty selection

Dear Readers – I emphatically welcome your feedback for this post, particularly those of you who have been through the match, residency and beyond, but all insight is welcome. As for me, as the sidebar and my previous posts might … Continue reading

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Knocked a few specialties off the list

For those of you avidly following the specialties toolbar, you’ll notice some drastic changes over the last few weeks. Over the last six or seven months I’ve learned a lot about what’s important to me, and why. I care a … Continue reading

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