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A Potential Pharmaceutical Revolution: Automated Drug Discovery

September 13, 2019

Drug discovery is a painstaking process that often takes biomedical scientists more than a decade, is extremely expensive, and has about a one-in-fifty

The Impacts of Being Constantly Connected

August 26, 2019

Having trouble sleeping? “It’s probably because of the light from your devices.” 

Having trouble concentrating? “Probably because of the Internet.” 

Having

Cell-Based Therapy to Promote Lung Development in Premature Infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD)

August 25, 2019

As of 2017, about 1 in 10 babies are born prematurely in the United States, and as a result, one major concern rings

The Problem Sets of Mathematics and Computer Science

August 23, 2019

P vs. NP is a problem in theoretical computer science and mathematics that was developed by two computer scientists, Stephen Cook and Leonid

The Waterwheel: The Invasive Plant That’s Losing Its Home

August 22, 2019

Many habitats around the world are faced with the problem of invaders: exotic species that flourish in the new habitat, simultaneously destroying it

How a Plant-Based Diet Can Curb Climate Change Globally and the Changes that Can Be Made at Home

August 20, 2019

A recent UN briefing published by the IPCC, the International Panel on Climate Change, purports that a plant based diet is key to

Ethical AI: Integrating Social Responsibility and Accountability into An Existing Technology

August 20, 2019

 Every day, autonomous systems powered by AI (artificial intelligence) give personalized shopping recommendations to citizens, make hiring recommendations, evaluate loan applications,

Cultural and Scientific changes to CTE in Football Players

August 19, 2019

With the 2019 football season approaching, the NFL and teams have been preparing the athletes with preseason practices, games and equipment; notably, helmets.

The Rise of Organ Trafficking

August 18, 2019

According to UNOS, a new person becomes in need of an organ donation every ten minutes.  As of January 2019, over 113,000 people

BMI: Weighing in on Brain-Machine Interface Technology

August 13, 2019

With the continuing development of artificial intelligence (AI), ethical questions explode and fear continues to escalate as the differences between man and machine