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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

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

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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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Professor Feature: Dr. Maureen Lichtveld

Maureen Lichtveld, M.D., M.P.H. is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Global Environmental Health Sciences, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

Is it Wise to Multitask?

Many people multitask every day, especially when work piles up and it seems impossible to finish all that needs to be done. Multitasking seems like

A Heart for the Work by Claire Wendland

http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/H/bo8854910.html A Heart for the Work: Journeys through an African Medical School is a book written by Claire Wendland that details the cultural dissonance resulting

The Antibacterial Properties of White Tea

 Tea is the second most popularly consumed beverage around the world, taking a close second to water. Many know that the regular consumption of tea has various

Mushrooms Can Save the World

Fungi is one of the six kingdoms of classification of biology. In primary school, the study of fungi never went much deeper than their decomposition

Agar…Art?

Let’s face it- just about anyone who has taken a high school biology class knows what agar is. The algae-based jelly-like substance has often helped


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