Nature Outlook

Nature Outlook

Antimicrobial resistance

September 2016

Milestones in Antibodies

Poster : Therapeutic approaches to enhance natural killer cell cytotoxicity: the force awakens Therapeutic approaches to enhance natural killer cell cytotoxicity: the force awakens
July 2016

Parkinson Disease
October 2016

July 2016

Video game toxic behavior

Behavioral science: Secret Signals

placebo effect in pain and psychiatric disorders
March 2016

March 2016

Cancer genomics

Neural Computation and Theory
March 2016

Pore-forming toxins

Welcome to the CRISPR zoo

Future generations
February 2016


Site-specific modification of proteins
February 2016

Frontiers in Biology
January 2016

Focus on Macrophages
Jan 2016

Prostate cancer
December 2015

Big Data in Biomedicine
Nov 2015

Precision Medicine
Oct 2015

Oct 2015

Focus on Ophthalmology
Mar 2015

Neurodegenerative diseases
Mar 2015

The Microbiome
Feb 2015

Jan 2015

Feb 2015

Immunology of the lung
Jan 2015

Dec 2014

Nov 2014

Nov 2014

Medical Research Masterclass
Oct 2014

September 2014

August 2014

Assessing Science
July 2014

June 2014

Lipids in Health and Disease
June 2014

FOCUS: Reprogramming
May 2014

May 2014

Nature Outlook > Cancer
May 29, 2014

May 1, 2014

FOCUS: Immunometabolism
April 2014

April 2014

April 2014

April 2014

Nature Outlook > Vaccines
March 6, 2014

Palliative care

European Human Genetics Conference
June 2012

Osprey Orielle Lake: Nature As Guide

Nature As Guide In Perilous Times with Osprey Orielle Lake
New Dimensions. December 4, 2013

her adventures in nature, one of which was to take some inner city young people to the desert where, for the first time in their lives, they experienced the full measure of the night sky filled with stars.

there is no substitute for the visceral experience of “looking up at night sky and taking a moment to realize, wow, we’re on this spaceship earth, as Bucky Fuller was famous to say . . . how does that affect our actions and our choices when we remember that we are part and particle of this great, mysterious, numinous journey called life; I think the stars give us that.
When we don’t have that, our experience as a human being is actually diminished.
I think we need the measure of seeing the stars, remember where we are, why we’re here, what we’re doing here in this truly amazing miracle called life.”


Book: The last child in the woods


patient recovery is faster when they have a window

author: Bucky Fuller:
“the best thing you can do is start building the reality you want, and other people will come”

Moldives Islands: to another country

Uprisings for the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature (White Cloud Press 2010)

Topics explored in this dialogue include:
◦ Why nature programs on TV should not be a substitute for being in nature
◦ Why is it necessary for children to have time to play in nature
◦ Why it is important to see the full night sky beyond the city lights
◦ Why we need to listen to indigenous peoples, who have been holding many keys to ancestral knowledge