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George Church

George M. Church

Known for his work in the sequencing of genomes, in synthetic biology, in genome engineering,  and in an emerging area of neuroscience that proposes to map brain activity and establish a “functional connectome.” I was using books — even though I had a lot of... Read more →

Wallace Broecker

Wallace Brocker popularized the term “global warming” and also coined the term  “the global conveyor” for the ocean currents that circulate warm water around the globe. He was dyslexic and said he never typed or used a computer, writing manuscripts for his many books and... Read more →

John Goodenough

John B. Goodenough

John Goodenough, known for his work in improving the design of the lithium ion battery, was awarded the National Medal of Science in 2013, and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2019. As a child, Goodenough struggled with undiagnosed dyslexia (back then, he says, “you... Read more →

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Comparative Reviews of Methods

List of research articles, literature reviews, agency reports, and books describing or exploring Davis methods as compared with other theories and approaches. Read more →

Interview with Axel Gudmundsson

TOMz – South Africa

An interview with Axel Gudmundsson, director of DDA-Africa.  Includes an overview of Davis methods and the gifts and talents tied to dyslexia.   Read more →

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Swords and Stationery Interview

As an educational therapist, I’ve worked closely with many parents of special needs children. I’ve seen the struggles that they can face, where oftentimes confusion and despair come from not having a firm, solid shoulder to lean on. Recently, I came across a parent-support group... Read more →


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