Creators of the popular protein-folding game, Foldit, are seeking help to design a treatment for COVID-19.
- Since being founded in 2008, the crowdsourced protein-folding game, Foldit, has helped solve many novel problems.
- In recent months, the Foldit team has presented its community with problems relating to COVID-19.
- Foldit founder, David Baker, says over 20,000 different designs for potential COVID-19 antiviral proteins have been submitted.
Check out the curriculum for the nation's first cannabis-focused bachelor's program.
- Colorado State University-Pueblo will offer the first undergraduate weed degree in the U.S.
- The program will include intensive coursework focused on chemistry and advanced biology.
- Cannabis has become one of the fastest-growing job markets.
Add some color to the internal structures and you've got some eye-popping imagery.
- By manipulating light refraction in organ tissue, it can be made transparent.
- Coloring internal structures is as "simple" as slipping dyes between tissue cells.
- A new method paves the way for fully 3D imagery of mature human organs.
Forthcoming Phase II trials with ibogaine aim to find out.
- Pharmacology professor Richard J. Miller is hopeful for the resurgence in clinical studies of psychedelics.
- Ibogaine, used in France for decades, is making a comeback in potentially helping curb addiction and treat pain.
- Psychedelics were deemed illegal for political and not medical reasons, an error we are reinvestigating.
Big Think has just launched its Genius Series of tees, sweatshirts, posters and more! Buy here.
- Big Think has just launched its Genius Series of tees, sweatshirts, posters and more! Buy here.
- In this design, we pay tribute to the ultimate reality check in physics: Schrödinger's cat!
- Erwin Schrödinger was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist. Other geniuses in this series include Nikola Tesla, Marie Curie and Isaac Newton.