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The Sun: A Fascinating Star

The nearest star to us, the Sun, is important in many ways. Not only does it help sustain life on Earth, but it also provides

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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

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  Many of us know that as people age, they become crankier. You might have that 85-year-old neighbor who refuses to let your dog on

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Student Feature: Kriti Lall

Kriti Lall: The Power of Curiosity Now a freshman at Harvard College studying Chemical and Physical Biology, Kriti Lall lights up the classroom with her

Product Design

The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman is an eye opener to how often we overlook the design of products that we use every

Recent Helium Discovery in Tanzania

  What is the link between party balloons, space satellites, barcode scanners, and medical MRI scanners? The answer is that they all use helium, the

Spring Sadness

Spring is in full swing, and to some, that may be a good thing. The flowers are blooming, the weather is getting warmer, and the

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Arsenic occurs naturally in the environment in minerals; from there, it enters the soil, water, and air. The use of arsenic pesticides, before regulations were


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