This edition: February 2017Tweet
Original tape date: January 11, 2017.
First aired: February 7, 2017.
This month on Science & U!:
Andrew Falzon finds a company doing something straight out of science fiction! EpiBone has been turning stem cells into bones and can soon completely change the way in which we heal broken bones and more.
Lisa Beth Kovetz explores alternate universes through virtual reality, a technology that is growing rapidly.
Donna Hanover takes a look at Early Onset Dementia and the impact it has on a patient that is “too young” for this type of disease and what might be the cause.
Carol Anne Riddell gets a workout that doesn’t require much space, a jail cell should do it.
Mike Gilliam learns what kind of diets can put us in the best moods and which foods makes us feel more sluggish or depressed.
For More Information:
Epibone - www.epibone.com
Virtual Reality - timewavefestival.com/virtual-reality-lab
ConBody Fitness - conbody.com
Foods and Your Mood - steinhardt.nyu.edu/nutrition
Early Onset Dementia - www.caringkindnyc.org
Jed Levine Executive Vice President, CaringKind
Coss Marte CEO/Founder, ConBody
Richard Mayeux, MD Chair Department of Neurology, NY-Presbyterian/Columbia
Brian McKellar Research Associate, EpiBone
J. Dakota Powell Founder, VR Lab and TimeWave
Lisa Sasson Dietitian and Professor, NYU Department of Nutrition and Food Studies
Dr. Nina Tandon, PhD CEO, EpiBone