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 more than we ever imagined just a century ago and it’s constantly improving. As we learn more about human biology and the human genome, people …

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 combine known treatments for individual issues for a more effective treatment. So then…why was this not thought of sooner? Perhaps because it is too good …

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 South America every week, now seems to be the time to take precautions seriously. In the span of two weeks, some of the strongest earthquakes in …