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You’re Cute Genes: The Relationship Between the Genotype and the Phenotype

September 8, 2021

I was sixteen the first time I felt insecure about my huge nose. After scrolling through Instagram for thirty minutes, I realized that

COVID-19’s Variants and Global Climate Change: A Deadly Combination

September 8, 2021

As the vaccine rollout continues and masks are removed, declarations that ‘COVID-19 is over’ or ‘the pandemic has ended’ are becoming alarmingly frequent.

Combining Mind and Machine

September 8, 2021

Personal technology affects every facet of modern life. We wake up to phone alarms, keep track of the day’s tasks on digital calendars, stay

The New and Simple At-Home Method For Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

August 28, 2021

New research from the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Norwich University Hospital has yielded promising new developments in a simpler and more

Carbon Capture: Key Player In Post-COVID Green Recovery?

August 24, 2021

As vaccines are rolling in and cities are opening up, it now seems real that our world is taking a step towards the

COVID-19: Harbinger of Doom or Herald of Salvation?

August 24, 2021

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We all are aware of the nefarious villain that has become the main

Quantum-Secured Conference Call: A Step Toward ‘Quantum Internet’

August 24, 2021

The pandemic has significantly affected the dynamics of communication for people around the world, and video conferencing platforms such as Zoom, Skype, and

Nanotechnology: The New Frontier?

August 24, 2021

We consider ants to be pretty small creatures. However, despite their miniscule size that often renders them weak against their much larger counterparts,

Can These Ticking Time Bombs be Defused: Innovating New Brain Aneurysm Treatments

August 24, 2021

As the clock strikes the 18th minute, a terrifying bomb detonates within someone’s head. However, these are not your typical bombs. Known as

Reversing the Inevitable: Using CRISPR Cas 9 to Defeat Sickle Cell Anemia

August 24, 2021

The tragedy of genetic disease lies in its frustrating inevitability, which would only please Shakespeare. A single displaced nucleotide—a mere difference in nitrogenous