These articles share some views on science, research and funding in the current climate (n.b. may be heavy reading. Recommend checking back in with @LegoAcademics between articles):
- When Scientists Give Up (NPR)
- Is there a creativity deficit in science? (arstechnica)
- Five minutes with Trish Greenhalgh: “We need to be clear that research impact isn’t a single dimension” (London School of Economics)
To help design cars for older occupants, Ford is using a suit that tries to make the wearer feel 20 to 40 years older by simulating problems like visual impairment, joint stiffness and weight gain.
On bereavement in older adults, “How a broken heart can kill the elderly” (The Telegraph)
Concerned about equitable access to essential medicines, particularly opioid analgesia? Read “The Global Commission on Drug Policy: A new report with a focus on medicines!” from @painpolicy
If you’d like more reading for your weekend, check out the #PalCareCongress feed from the 20th International Congress on Palliative Care that wraps up in Montreal today (including tweets from @palliverse by our own Chi Li)
Please share any good reads in the comments.