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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

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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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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Four Facts About Fetal Microchimerism

Fetal Microchimerism Fetal microchimerism is the confirmed presence of cells from a distinct individual in the body of a placental mammal. The placenta’s normal function

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

The Future of Gender-Specific Medicine

Gender specificity plays a crucial role in the way disease affects one’s body. Researchers have found distinct differences in drug kinetics and dynamics in the body.

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Can we achieve invisibility? Harry Potter and his magical cloak; the invisible man, Griffin; the former member of the Fantastic Four, the Invisible Woman. All


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