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Péter Pallós joined Amara on Dec. 12, 2014.

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  • English
  • Hungarian
  • Russian

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Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for The neuroscience of psychedelic drugs, music and nostalgia
Péter Pallós accepted Hungarian subtitles for Is human evolution speeding up or slowing down?
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for Is human evolution speeding up or slowing down?
Péter Pallós edited Russian subtitles for Social media’s impact on human behavior | Suryabala Shenbagamurthy | TEDxUpperWestSideWomen
Péter Pallós accepted Russian subtitles for The rise of modern populism
Péter Pallós edited Russian subtitles for The rise of modern populism
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for Is human evolution speeding up or slowing down?
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for Spotlight on dark physics | Jeremy Watts | TEDxYouth@StChristophersRd
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for Why should you read "A Midsummer Night's Dream?"
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for Why should you read "A Midsummer Night's Dream?"
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for How CRISPR lets you edit DNA
Péter Pallós accepted Russian subtitles for Why do we blame individuals for economic crises?
Péter Pallós edited Russian subtitles for Why do we blame individuals for economic crises?
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for How CRISPR lets you edit DNA
Péter Pallós accepted Hungarian subtitles for Civilization on the Moon -- and what it means for life on Earth
Péter Pallós edited Hungarian subtitles for Civilization on the Moon -- and what it means for life on Earth
Péter Pallós accepted Hungarian subtitles for What kids can teach adults about asking for help
Péter Pallós commented on Hungarian subtitles for Dignity isn't a privilege. It's a worker's right
Péter Pallós commented on Hungarian subtitles for Dignity isn't a privilege. It's a worker's right
Péter Pallós edited Russian subtitles for Why do we blame individuals for economic crises?