Zombie Cells Gone Wild- Athena Aktipis

Athena Aktipis, author of The Cheating Cell on Evolution, Cooperation, Cancer and Skin-In-The-Game Science

How does a psychology prof find herself writing a book on cancer evolution?
And what does this have to do with the Zombie Apocalypse?

Today’s conversation is with Dr. Athena Aktipis from Arizona State University, who hosts the Zombified podcast. We explore the not-so-obvious byproducts that emerge you change the rules of cooperation, and convention-defying breakthroughs in cancer treatment.

Athena’s personal website: http://www.​athenaaktipis.​org/
Zombified podcast: www.​Zombified.​org [http://www.​zombified.​org/] The Cheating Cell: How Evolution Helps Us Understand and Treat Cancer https://amzn.​to/3caIZzp

Download The First 3 Chapters of Evolution 2.0 For Free, Here – https://evo-2.org/3-free-chapters/

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One Response

  1. Aneesh Kalkur says:

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