Tagged: Natasha Vita-More
A recent publication in journal Rejuvenation Research from Humanity+ chair Dr. Natasha Vita-More and Mr. Daniel Barranco of the University of Seville has demonstrated that some long term memories can be preserved in an animal model, the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans).
VIdeo of Max More and Natasha Vita-More on The Transhumanist Reader.
Below is the video and transcription of an interview with Natasha Vita-More while in I was in Hong Kong helping with the Humanity+ @Hong Kong conference.
Ben Goertzel interviews Adam Ford about the upcoming Humanity+ @Melbourne (May 5-6 2012), which will feature Aubrey de Grey, Natasha Vita-More, Stelarc and many more inspiring speakers.
Modern cosmetic pharmacology focuses so heavily on eliminating depression that it entirely misses one essential point: depressed people are suffering from a lack of fun.