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A critique of genetic research on schizophrenia – expensive castles in the air

In the light of the much trumpeted claims that recent research has identified genes for schizophrenia, it is important to review the track record of this type of endeavour (1). Despite thousands of studies costing millions of dollars, and endless predictions that the genetics of schizophrenia would shortly be revealed, the field has so far failed to identify any genes that substantially increase the risk of developing schizophrenia. Continue reading

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Princeton Nobel Mathematician John Nash Has Died

An automobile accident, involving a taxi cab in New Jersey, has claimed the life of Princeton Nobel mathematician Prof John Forbes Nash, Jr, and that of his wife Alicia Nash, police say. (1) Nash, best known for his contributions to … Continue reading

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