LARGER THAN LIFE

THE SCIENTIFIC STUDENT

WELCOME TO THE ONLY MAGAZINE THAT HAS DARED TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN POPULAR CULTURE AND ACADEMIA.

READY TO BECOME PART OF A SCIENTIFIC FAMILY IN THE MIDST OF A MOVEMENT LARGER THAN LIFE?

LET’S GET STARTED. WELCOME TO SCIENTIFIC STUDENT VENTURES.

Most people can recall feeling embarrassed due to a situation they witnessed, or sad after seeing someone else cry. What causes these second-hand emotions? It turns out cells called mirror neurons play a role in our reactions in these sorts of scenarios.

 

What are mirror neurons?

Neuronal cells make up the circuitry of the brain. They consist of a round body and long cellular extension called an axon, which conducts electrical impulses from neuron to neuron. These impulses facilitate the sending of signals and initiation of responses, allowing the brain to perform its many vital functions.

Read More »
On Top

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

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

On Trend

Popular Stories

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

On Focus

Impress at your
next party With These

On Flight

Satiate your curiosity

Remembering Cassini 1997-2017

After nearly two decades in space, NASA’s spacecraft, Cassini, made a fateful plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere on September 15, 2017- disintegrating and completing its mission.

The Tie Between Music and Medicine

The effects of music on the human body have attracted scientists and researchers to investigate the relationship between music and human health, questioning how the sound vibrations

Avoiding the Unavoidable: Aging

The aging process is impossible to avoid, and each and one of us will at one point experience it. Over the past centuries, death has

A is for Average

For many years, and continuing today, the average grade is a C; a grade of B is considered above average, and a B+ was considered

Revival of the Past

The brain consists of three main parts: the cerebrum, the cerebellum and the brainstem. The cerebrum is responsible for interpreting touch, vision, hearing, speech, reasoning,

The Peculiar Human Body- Part 1

Our body is a cluster of trillions of cells, millions of tissues, organs, and organ systems. A myriad of various physiological, molecular, and chemical processes


The Magazine That Connects.

Receive the latest news

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter

Scientific Student Ventures.

All Rights Reserved. © 2021