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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

Sonic Black Holes: A Model

Black holes in the Universe are mysterious phenomena. Cosmologists hardly know anything about them, and even if something is known about them, they are all

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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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

Paint: A Possible Solution to Smog

Imagine if the paint on buildings were meant for something more than aesthetics … that the thick coating along the sides of certain infrastructure and

Science and Liberal Arts Colleges

It’s that time of year again: when wide-eyed, rising high school seniors begin touring colleges and making their list of schools they’ll be applying to

The Future of Drug Resistance

In the 20th century, antibiotics transformed the medical care industry, and scientists haven’t stopped synthesizing and looking for new antibacterial drugs since. The ground-breaking discovery

Antidepressants: Tricyclics to Ketamine

Scientists have been investigating antidepressants since the early 1950s. Since then, our knowledge has increased substantially- it has become more and more clear that the brain

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