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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

Baryogenisis: how matter came to be

One of the greatest mysteries of the Universe, apart from its reason for existing, is the question “How?” : how did we come to be,

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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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The Importance of Play

In his lecture, “The Neuroscience of Play” (you can watch the full thing here, as well as his TED talk on the same subject), Dr.

The Freshman Plague

It’s everywhere. In all of the classrooms and libraries, the dining hall, and even in my own room, the sounds continue to follow me around wherever I

Gene Editing – The New Cure For Anemia?

Thalassemia, a form of anemia resulting in the abnormal formation of hemoglobin, is a genetically inherited disease that affects many. The two types, alpha thalassemia and

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

EnChroma: A Whole New World of Color

Individuals with color vision deficiency (CVD), commonly referred to as “color blindness”, experience colors in a unique way – certain colors of the visual light spectrum

A Silent Killer?

As the days start to heat up, millions of Americans will go poolside for some summer fun. Although the water may seem nice and cool,


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