This course examines the structure and function of the mammalian nervous system by examining the molecules, cells, and circuits that are involved in directing our behavior. We explore how the nervous system is constructed during development, how it adapts with experience throughout life, how it functions in normal behavior, and how it can be disrupted by injury and disease.
How did our lives come to be shaped by computers? Is the internet a tool for liberation or control? What future can we envision for society as it becomes increasingly virtual? This course provides an introduction to the role of digital media in culture, economics, and politics in order to explore these questions.
We work to earn money, and we need money to live. Before the pandemic, the future of work was much discussed by academics, business leaders, columnists, policy makers and politicians. The pandemic has had a seismic impact on the way that we work and many of the changes seem likely to endure. At the same time, the concerns surrounding technology, wealth inequality, access to education and the usefulness of that education, and environmental changes remain.
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