Brazil is at the forefront of research into ayahuasca as a therapeutic drug. Jorge* is around 60 years old, works a white collar job, has gray hair, married children, and grown grandchildren. People who
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Who said scientists can't be world-famous celebrities? Earlier this month, nearly $22 million in Breakthrough Prizes were handed out to the world's top researchers in physics, the life sciences and mathematics.
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Of all the ways to test for emotional intelligence, the marshmallow test might be my favorite. You put a child in a room, set one marshmallow in front of her and explain that, if she’s able to wait 10