Tag: "humor" at biology news
'Dilbert of academia' brings humor to talk at UH
...he event is free and open to the public. Chams humor
has long struck a chord with frazzled graduate stu... talk will draw upon his own experiences to inject humor
into the lives of stressed out academics. He also will explore what causes anxiety among academics ...
Duke biologist/poet is up to 'animal mischief'
...d artist then collaborated to capture visually the humor
in Jackson's words. For example, the book's cover features, not only penguins building snowmen and having snowball fights, but paradoxically also a raccoon and armadillos, with a parrot making a snow angel and a salamander indecorously flattened by ...
The first laugh: New study posits evolutionary origins of two distinct types of laughter
...ty, it is argued, is the evolutionary precursor to humor
as we know it. However, neuropsychological and behavioral studies have shown that laughter can be more than just a spontaneous response to such stimuli. Around 2 million years ago, human ancestors evolved the capacity for willful control over facial ...
Medical advances, new discoveries highlighted at Society of Nuclear Medicine's 52nd Annual Meeting
... Passanisi , an expert in the field of therapeutic humor
and its impact on health and morale, will provide an enlivening program at the SNM Technologist Section's plenary session, enlightening attendees on how to reduce stress, improve well-being, enhance creativity and make life at home and work more fun....
Society of Nuclear Medicine professionals explore molecular imaging, present research highlights
.... Passanisi, an expert in the field of therapeutic humor
and its impact on health and morale, will provide an enlivening program, enlightening attendees on how to reduce stress, improve well-being, enhance creativity and make life at home and work more fun. "The society offers an exciting program presentin...
'From the Sidelines' describes the making of a scientific revolution
... the UO Institute of Molecular Biology. Her gentle humor
warms the book, which is written so that nonscientists can share in the camaraderie and excitement that inspired creation of the UO institute. The book includes epilogues written by institute members Brian Matthews and Peter von Hippel, whose first-h...