I do advise my students to be broad and open-minded in their thinking when it comes to careers. I mean basically what you want is somebody to have a great career and to be happy; and so my advice to students is to don’t do what’s going to make you… Continue Reading Career advice from the “Edison of medicine” | MIT’s Robert Langer

Good morning, John. PAIN! Today is inspired by a comment on John’s video about me needing to be punished. I am going to talk about the science of pain, while experiencing pain. Let’s start out with pain that is detected by the systems designed to detect pain. [SLAP] This is… Continue Reading PUNISHMENT OF PAIN AND SCIENCE!

Translator: Ido Dekkers Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Say you’re at the beach, and you get sand in your eyes. How do you know the sand is there? You obviously can’t see it, but if you are a normal, healthy human, you can feel it, that sensation of extreme discomfort, also… Continue Reading How Do Pain Relievers Work? – George Zaidan

Hey it’s professor Dave, let’s learn about pharmaceuticals. We all get sick from time to time. Whether it’s just a cold, or something more serious, and there’s great controversy amongst the public about how to treat disease. Some argue that conventional medicine is best suited to address the health needs… Continue Reading Pharmaceutical Drugs: Inhibitors and the Nature of Disease