2018 Spring 2018

Why is it So Hard to Change Somebody’s Mind?

by Whitney Li If you’ve been on the internet for the past 20 years, you have probably seen a comment…

2018 Spring 2018

A Parallel Universe with Life

by Susana Torres-Londono Over time, physicists have been working towards painting a clearer and more precise portrait of our universe.…

2018 Spring 2018

Why is it So Hard to Change Somebody’s Mind?

by Whitney Li If you’ve been on the internet for the past 20 years, you have probably seen a comment…

2018 Spring 2018

A Parallel Universe with Life

by Susana Torres-Londono Over time, physicists have been working towards painting a clearer and more precise portrait of our universe.…

2018 Spring 2018

Will Artificial Intelligence Make Doctors Obsolete?

by Sharon Binoy When many of us think of artificial intelligence in healthcare, an image of a distant Black Mirror-esque…

2018 Spring 2018

A New Male Birth Control Method is Here

by Cassidy Quilalang In April of this year, clinical trials will begin for a new, non-invasive form of male hormonal birth…

2018 Spring 2018

Detecting Gravitational Waves, Was it Worth it?

by Susana Torres-Londono If you’re a scientist who hopes to dedicate the rest of your life to developing and proving…

2018 Spring 2018

A Guessing Game with Some of the Highest Stakes

by Isabelle Boatright After scientists and infectious disease experts collect data on what’s making people sick every year, they gather…

2017

Curing Mortality

by Isabelle Boatright Despite popular science fiction, we still can’t transport instantly, travel back in time, or do anything beyond slowing down the process of ageing. Modern medicine can do…

2017

A New Cure-All for Alzheimer’s?

by Kevin Zhang Alzheimer’s Disease is known for being impossible to fully treat or cure, mostly due to its multi-faceted nature. However, a new study has been proposed that would…

2017

Catch of the day? PLASTIC!

By Vicky Fong Seafood consumers are advised of the risks of mercury intake, but recent studies show that they should also be aware that their meals might come with a…

2017

In the Wake of Earthquakes

By Iris Yon. You’re not a California native unless you’ve constantly recited that the San Andreas faultline is overdue for a massive earthquake. And with major earthquakes climbing up from…