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Yucca Mountain Deemed Safe Solution to Nuclear Nuisance

Yucca Mountain Deemed Safe Solution to Nuclear Nuisance

By William Van Ullen ’17 Since the discovery of nuclear reactions, nuclear waste disposal has been a major concern. Although nuclear power plants have provided the United States with energy… Read more »

Global Warming: It’s All Our Fault

Global Warming: It’s All Our Fault

By Dan Bertan ’17 The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its fifth report since 1990 on the impacts of climate change, possible causes, and effective solutions. … Read more »

Are We Close to Fusion Power on Earth?

Are We Close to Fusion Power on Earth?

By Dan Bertan ’17 October 15th marked the day that Lockheed Martin shook the world of energy providers.  The American Engineering giant announced that its concept for a Nuclear Fusion… Read more »

Tackling Climate Change One Deal at a Time

Tackling Climate Change One Deal at a Time

By Mike Beveridge ’17 Friday marked a landmark agreement by the European Union to take steps to fight climate change.  The member nations agreed to new targets which will see… Read more »

Are We Close to Fusion Power on Earth?

Are We Close to Fusion Power on Earth?

By Dan Bertan ’17 October 15th marked the day that Lockheed Martin shook the world of energy providers.  The American Engineering giant announced that its concept for a Nuclear Fusion reactor… Read more »

The Future of Graphite Production

The Future of Graphite Production

By Elisabeth Razoumova ’16 With China closing over 200 flake graphite mines due to pollution concerns, the future of graphite production is threatened. China is currently the largest exporter of… Read more »

Study finds that People Who Believe in God Are More Responsive to Treatment of Depression

Study finds that People Who Believe in God Are More Responsive to Treatment of Depression

By Ziquan Miao 159 patients at McLean hospital, a psychiatric institution affiliated with Harvard Medical School were asked how strongly they believed in a god. As we know in both… Read more »

First Fossil Fuel Free Algae Powered Building is Constructed

First Fossil Fuel Free Algae Powered Building is Constructed

By Ziquan Miao The latest product of environmental conscience is a fifteen unit apartment building recently completed in the German city of Hamburg that has 129 algae filled louvered tanks… Read more »

Will Medicare Cuts Be Enough?

Will Medicare Cuts Be Enough?

By Lindsay Hochberg With the government deficit burgeoning, President Obama is trying to contain spending by curbing entitlement program expenditures. Entitlement programs currently account for approximately fifty percent of the… Read more »

Recent Remains Lead to Possible Scientific Discovery

Recent Remains Lead to Possible Scientific Discovery

By Ziquan Miao Scientists believe that recently found skeletal remains, dating back from 30,000 to 40,000 years ago, may represent a cross between a human and Neanderthals. Further analysis may… Read more »

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