2020 Recommendations

What to Read, Watch, and Plex Over the Holiday Break

1. Read
10 research papers suggested by Plexors and Sponsors

  1. Phage Therapy: A Renewed Approach to Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
  2. Integrating overlapping datasets using bivariate causal discovery
  3. Language regions of brain are operative in color perception
  4. Infectious diseases, human capital and economic growth
  5. Could a neuroscientist understand a microprocessor?
  6. Dangerous feelings: Checkpoints and the perception of hostile intent
  7. Global human-made mass exceeds all living biomass
  8. Universality in network dynamics
  9. The Dover inherently secure processor
  10. Theoretical progress and practical challenges in controlling complex networks
5 Book recommendations from 2020 Sponsors
  1. The Psychology of Everyday Things by Don Norman
  2. Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari
  3. On the Origin of Stories: Evolution, Cognition, Fiction by Brian Boyd
  4. Babel Minute Zero by Guy-Philippe Goldstein
  5. The Future of Design by Lorraine Justice
2. Watch
Intriguing and informative talk on Complexity Science, Network Theory, and Sense Making of Ecologies
Featuring Rich Williams, Dr. Eric L. Berlow, and Laura Anne Edwards
Check out the talk
3. Plex
5 ways to keep your research rolling over the holidays
  1. Work on your research privately or with invited colleagues in your Portfolio space
  2. Input new research -- your research or that of others -- to create Evidence Micropublications
  3. Peruse past Incubator Discussion Tabs for new ideas, interesting questions and suggested reading
  4. Link pieces of Evidence to create Conjectures
  5. Check out the Evidence Madness Bracket to see the world-changing research Plexors entered
Stay tuned -- 2021 will kick-off with Incubators and Ask Me Anything Sessions from DARPA, ARPA-E, and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. 
From all of us at Polyplexus, thank you for your many contributions in 2020. 

Wishing you a peaceful holiday period, 

Team Polyplexus
Polyplexus hosts an online community focused on exploring cross-disciplinary science questions. The platform accelerates access to scientific evidence, hypothesis development, research proposal generation and sponsor engagement. Developed for scientific researchers, research sponsors, and the curious, Polyplexus reinvents the social platform by advancing evidence-based conversations, focusing the discussion through the lens of what we already know - in the  pursuit of what we might discover. An open, public platform, Polyplexus is currently in development with founding sponsor DARPA.
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