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A Bridge Between Technology and Diplomacy

The Purdue Research Foundation launches the Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue

In this episode of Fish Fry,  I am happy to announce that Mung Chiang (EVP and Dean of Engineering College at Purdue University) is joining me to discuss the new Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue University. Mung and I discuss the multi-layered connection between technology and freedom and how this new tech tank will build a bridge between the worlds of technology and diplomacy. Also this week, I check out new research from the National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology in Japan that may have cracked the code of benefit and cost-based motivation (Spoiler alert: It involves manipulating the dopamine receptors of macaque monkeys!).

 

 

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Links for August 20, 2021

Purdue Launches Nation’s First Tech Tank Focused on Intersection of Technology and Diplomacy

More information about the Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue (CTDP)

To Do or Not to Do: Cracking the Code of Motivation (The National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)

D1- and D2-like receptors differentially mediate the effects of dopaminergic transmission on cost–benefit evaluation and motivation in monkeys (PLOS Biology)

 

 

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