Blog - My thought Lab

A complete listing of all my mad ramblings

019: Abstract language and happiness

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

018: Surviving grad school (or work in general)

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

017: Conspiracy-Cast

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

UBC Okanagan: Pathogenesis and Treatment of Lymphoma

A mutated lymphocyte leading to Hodgkin's lymphoma

Lecture for BIOC 407: The Biochemical Basis of Disease at the University of British Columbia, Kelowna Campus. Lecture notes available for download here

016: The Deathcast

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

015: Worldviews: Can people fit in a box?

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

Publication

Pointer, C., Wenzel, T.J., Klegeris, A. (2018). Extracellular Cardiolipin Regulates Select Immune Functions of Microglia and Microglia-Like Cells. Brain Res. Bull. 146: 153-63.

014: On Artificial Intelligence

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

013: Capitalism & Free-markets

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

012: On the implications of colonizing space

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

011: Free-will vs. Determinism

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

010: How to fix universities: 101

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

009: What is pseudointellectualism?

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

008: How can people deliver a better education?

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

007: Politics, Reforms, Referendums, Oh My!

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

006: What is a debate vs. discussion? What is an ‘intellectual’ conversation?

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

005: What is a safe place? Should humans forgive?

Infinite Monkeys Podcast

Western Blot Protocol (Cell Lysate) and Making a Running Gel

Western Blot Protocol (Cell Lysate) and Making a Running Gel

Protocol

Publication

Wenzel, T.J., Klegeris, A. (2018). Novel multi-target directed ligand-based strategies for reducing neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease. Life Sci. 207: 314-22.

iPad Pro 9.7in – The Best Companion for Creatives

Mocha Blog: Oldhand Coffee

Mocha Blog: Oldhand Coffee

One of the only coffee places open on a Sunday for a reasonable amount of time in the Fraser Valley. It's cute and vintage with plenty free parking, but finding a seat is an entire story unto itself.

Mocha Blog: Starbuck’s “Jessica Dupas” Specialty Mocha

Mocha Blog: Starbuck’s “Jessica Dupas” Specialty Mocha

At the compliance of an insistent request, I tried a specialty mocha that I fear may be the last drink I would ever have thanks to Jessica Dupas. This mocha is not for the feint of heart, or those at risk for Type 2 diabetes. You have been warned.

Mocha Blog: Platform 7 – My Favourite Barista’s in Vancouver

Platform 7: Mocha Blog Espresso Review

Platform 7 near UBC is probably as close to perfect as you can get in this highly populated, overpriced city, and their Mocha is simple perfection.

Mocha Blog: Catfe

Mocha Blog: Catfe

Catfe is Vancouver's premier Cat cafe, but unlike some other cat cafe's, it is an adoption centre first... but this not exactly a bad thing. It seems like a very humane establishment for a high-traffic area, and it's got very surprising espresso drinks.

GearEye: Potentially the Perfect Solution to Keep Track of your Gear

GearEye

In the process of packing everything, and then unpacking it to check if I packed something, and then re-packing all my gear, I often leave something on the counter. This makes the new kickstarter GearEye so appealing to me... especially at this price point.

Mocha Blog: Creekside Coffee Factory

Mocha Blog: Creekside Coffee Factory

I begin a quest to find the best mocha in all the world... We begin ... in my hometown: Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. The true testament to any cafe is the skill and care of their baristas ... and the environment.