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by Chiungwei Huang on August 5, 2019

A new non-toxic blue pigment in two centuries has just been discovered. Now the team of chemists set out to find a safer red pigment. Continue reading

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by Connor LaMontagne on August 1, 2019

It is extremely important for science to be open for everyone but is it open to those who are young? Are we missing out on discoveries because we do not listen to the questions that children ask about science? Continue reading

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by Bree Iskandar on July 29, 2019

Americans reached the moon 50 years ago – what do the next 50 years look like for space exploration and travel? Continue reading

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by Chiungwei Huang August 5, 2019

A new non-toxic blue pigment in two centuries has just been discovered. Now the team of chemists set out to find a safer red pigment. Continue reading

by Connor LaMontagne August 1, 2019

It is extremely important for science to be open for everyone but is it open to those who are young? Are we missing out on discoveries because we do not listen to the questions that children ask about science? Continue reading

by Bree Iskandar July 29, 2019

Americans reached the moon 50 years ago – what do the next 50 years look like for space exploration and travel? Continue reading

by Gabrielle Budziszewski July 27, 2019

Gene-edited fungi have been used to fight against malaria by infecting mosquitoes. Continue reading

by Dominika Trzilova July 25, 2019

Crispr-Cas9 seems like a promising system to treat human disease but what if humans are immune to it? Continue reading

by Rachel Cherney July 24, 2019

Scientists have found a way for Type A blood cells to be transformed into Type O ‘universal donor’ blood cells which could be very useful for future blood transfusions. Continue reading

by Julia DiFiore July 22, 2019

Sleep is not only important for cognitive function but overall health as well. Continue reading

by Syed Masood July 18, 2019

Pressure increasing, emergency sirens ringing, water in the cooling tanks superheating. 9:27:40 AM UTC April 26, 1986: a planned safety test was conducted to assess the cooling circulation system in case of a power outage. Under normal operations, the reactors … Continue reading

by Abigail Agoglia July 17, 2019

New technology is coming to UTI diagnosis and may lead to big improvements in the lives of millions of patients, But are these new tests worth the hype (and cost)? Continue reading

by Kaylee Helfrich July 15, 2019

A review of 592 studies finds that a single standard drink of alcohol per day increases the risk for health problems. Continue reading