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Science AMA Series: This is Dr. Jason Spence, Dr. David Hill and Dr. Vincent Young. We've done research on how helpful bacteria activate the processes that lead to a mature, healthy gastrointestinal tract and we're here today to talk about it. Ask Us Anything!

Hi Reddit! Jason Spence: Hi! I’m an associate professor in the Departments of Internal Medicine, Cell and Developmental Biology and Bioengineering at the University of Michigan. I am broadly inter...

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Science AMA Series: We’re Dr. Johna Leddy and Dr. Jeff Fergus. We’re here to talk about open science, The Electrochemical Society’s Free the Science initiative, and the Society’s forthcoming preprint server, ECSarXiv, which will launch in 2018. AMA!

Hi Reddit! This is Johna Leddy, president of The Electrochemical Society (ECS). I’m joined by Jeff Fergus, editor of the Society’s official meeting proceedings, ECS Transactions (ECST). Today we’d ...

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Science AMA Series: I’m Dr. Henry Mahncke, neuroscientist and CEO, here today to talk about brain training, and the recent independent research showing that our specific type of brain training can significantly reduce the risk of dementia. AMA!

First and foremost, full disclosure: I am the CEO of Posit Science, which is a company that develops BrainHQ, a brain training program. I joined Posit Science at its inception because I believed it...

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Science AMA Series: I’m Sara Pozzi, the director of the Consortium for Verification Technology (CVT) and a Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences at the University of Michigan. My group, and the CVT, develop technologies for nuclear nonproliferation. AMA!

My research group, the Detection for Nuclear Nonproliferation Group, works on technologies for detecting special nuclear materials, such as uranium-235 and plutonium-239, that can be used to make n...

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