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What is Dark Matter?

We live in on planet Earth, where the atmosphere is made of elements such as nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide and where its inhabitants, like

The Big Bang – A Model

The Big Bang theory, a well-known model of the Universe proposed a century ago by the astronomer Georges Lemaître, is one of the most well-known

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Know: Types of Melanoma

Defining the disease Melanoma is defined as a type of skin cancer that usually begins in melanocytes (pigment-producing cells). This type of cancer normally occurs

How Ocean Exploration Could Cure Cancer

Social Darwinism includes the evolutionary concept of ‘survival of the fittest’.  Organisms live through it every day in order to survive. Plants, people, and animals have

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How does Obesity Affect the Brain?

Known as one of the most common worldwide health issues, obesity affects all organs, including the brain. Many people are not aware that the term

Marching for Science: Did it Work?

Both the March for Science (April 23rd) and the People’s Climate Movement (April 29th) drew tens of thousands of people around the world to fight

What’s Eating You?

      A teenage girl is talking to her friends about a celebrity while looking at a magazine. They talk about how thin that

Homo Naledi: a New Human Relative?

Deep in the Rising Star cave of Africa in 2013, two recreational cavers, Steven Tucker and Rick Hunter, were climbing through the rocks hoping to

High Air Pollution Levels After Diwali

Days after the Diwali celebration in Delhi, India, a thick smog from the various fireworks and lights remains and covers the city. The Festival of


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