With my friends Peter Green (Bristol), Krzysztof Łatuszyński (Warwick) and Marcello Pereyra (Bristol), we just arXived the first version of “Bayesian computation: a perspective on the current state, and sampling backwards and forwards”, which first title was the title of this post. This is a survey of our own perspective on Bayesian computation, from what […]
One of the reasons people indicated that they hate Valentine’s Day is because it’s too commercial. The vast majority of our survey respondents indicated that some form of gift is expected (88%). So we wanted to know (a) how people prefer to receive their gifts and (b) what types of gifts they prefer. Below, I address the first question. Stay tuned for a breakdown of gift preferences in subsequent posts.
How do people prefer to receive gifts?
Do people want to flaunt their
Over the last twenty years exciting and innovative developments in the management of full thickness articular cartilage lesions provide a glimmer of hope for the prevention or slowing of arthritic change in joints with these defects. From the early days where cultured chondrocyte (cartilage) cells were transplanted under a periosteal flap sutured over the lesion [read the full story...]
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