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It’s easy to throw in the towel when things are tough when you are burned out, going all in again or leaving is your choice to make

It’s easy to throw in the towel when things are tough when you are burned out, going all in again or leaving is your choice to make

Interview for the projet Younghumansofscience with Landon McKenna president and chief commercial officer at Qmenta. This interview can also be found in podcast format. Adam: How did you get into this company? I met Vesna my cofounder  in Boston when she was working in Harvard  and there she told me about the project she had started with Paolo and with which they had been accepted by Wayra, Telefonica’s accelerator.I joined them because it was personal, my father has parkinson’s and…

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Biosensors

Biosensors

The future of diagnostics Biosensors could sound as one of those new buzzowords that come from time to time only to leave, but I thinks that in their case they will help us improve our lives in pretty big way. Biosensors have been getting more and more attention lately and this is because of the many advantages we could actually get from them such detecting if there are any kinds of pathogen (aka bacteria or others that could harm you)….

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The human brain and biases

The human brain and biases

Objectivity as we know it is usually defined as being able to make a judgment or coming to a certain conclusion while getting rid of any possible bias. Meaning that we usually say we are objective when we know which could be the things that affect our decision making and making up for them so that their effect is the least possible. The problem with this, is that we can try to get rid of thoughts that make us less…

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