Half 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Work, Play, Relaxation – Half 3.
Bears and squirrels hibernate to outlive harsh situations; why not people? If we wish to journey deep into area or fight lethal ailments, physiologist Matteo Cerri says hibernation could be the important thing.
About Matteo Cerri
Matteo Cerri is a neurophysiologist and hibernation researcher. His research give attention to strategies to induce a state resembling hibernation in non-hibernators, together with people.
Cerri teaches physiology on the College of Bologna in Italy and consults for the European House Company and Italian House Company.
He obtained his Ph.D. in Neurophysiology from the College of Bologna. Previous to working in academia, Cerri served as a normal medical officer within the Italian Military.
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