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Archive for December, 2004

U.S. News & World Report Cover Story

Friday, December 31st, 2004

“…his mentors described him [Lanza] as a “genius,” a “renegade” thinker, even likening him to Einstein.”

Lanza Featured in Fortune Magazine
“Robert Lanza is the living embodiment of the character played by Matt Damon in the movie Good Will Hunting. Growing up underprivileged in Stoughton, Mass., south of Boston, the young preteen caught the attention of Harvard Medical School researchers when he showed up on the university steps having successfully altered the genetics of chickens in his basement. Over the next decade, he was to be “discovered” and taken under the wing of scientific giants such as psychologist B. F. Skinner, immunologist Jonas Salk, and heart transplant pioneer Christiaan Barnard. His mentors described him as a “genius,” a “renegade” thinker, even likening him to Einstein.”

 

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Friday, December 31st, 2004

Photo of B. F. Skinner
Most Prominent Psychologists

(Citations Per Scholar)

Freud 318
Skinner 140
Piaget 107
Rogers 100
Pavlov 85

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Symbolic Communication Between Two Pigeons

Thursday, December 30th, 2004

Photo of Symbolic Communication Between Two Pigeons
SCIENCE 207; 543 (1980)
Lanza (with Skinner & Epstein)

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“Self-Awareness” in the Pigeon

Wednesday, December 29th, 2004

Photo of Self-Awareness In The Pigeon
SCIENCE 212; 695 (1981)
Lanza (with Skinner & Epstein)

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“Lying” in the Pigeon

Tuesday, December 28th, 2004

Photo of Lying In The Pigeon
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 38; 201 (1982)
Lanza (with Skinner & Starr)

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Lanza & Skinner’s Work Featured in TIME Magazine

Monday, December 27th, 2004

Photo of the Brain
Pigeon Talk − A triumph for bird brains
TIME Magazine

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Lanza & Skinner’s Work on Symbolic Communication Featured in New York Times

Sunday, December 26th, 2004

Photo of B. F. Skinner
Pigeons’ ‘Conversation’ Triggers a Debate About Language
New York Times

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Lanza & Skinner’s Work on Self-Awareness in New York Times

Friday, December 24th, 2004

Photo of B. F. Skinner
Science Watch: ‘Self-Awareness’ in Animals
New York Times

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Lanza and Skinner’s Work Featured in My Weekly Reader

Thursday, December 23rd, 2004

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Pigeons Punch Buttons. Talking or Training?
My Weekly Reader

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Wednesday, December 22nd, 2004

Work with Jonas Salk

Photo of Jonas Salk
Developed Polio Vaccine

J. Supramol. Struct 182;33 (1979)
Lanza (with Salk)

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Tuesday, December 21st, 2004

Work with Christiaan Barnard

Photo of Christiaan Barnard
Performed the World’s First Heart Transplant

New England Journal of Medicine 307; 1275 (1983)
Lanza (with Barnard & Cooper)

JAMA 249; 1746 (1983)
Lanza (with Barnard, Cooper & Cassidy)

American Heart Journal 107; 8 (1984)
Lanza (with Barnard, Cooper & Boyd)

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Robert Lanza takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

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"Before I did the #icebucketchallenge, I challenged the leader of Advanced Cell Technology (ACT), Dr. Bob Lanza, to do the Ice Bucket Challenge. He did it and leading up to it he provided a quite articulate message for context (see video). Bob is one very cool guy even without ice water."
Paul Knoepfler

Entire Company takes the Ice Bucket Challenge. Click Here to See Video.