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The Uprising Double Burden of Malnutrition in Developing Countries

The Uprising Double Burden of Malnutrition in Developing Countries

By Emily Lin, ‘20 Alongside the hunger and poor nutrition epidemic, a new kind of malnutrition has hit developing countries: obesity. The growing availability of inexpensive, processed foods and fast… Read more »

Musk’s BFR (Big F Rockets)

Musk’s BFR (Big F Rockets)

By Pratik Vadlamudi ’21 On September 28, at a space industry conference, Elon Musk proposed that he would make it possible to get from and to anywhere on Earth within… Read more »

Facial Recognition Software: Testing Ethical Limits

Facial Recognition Software: Testing Ethical Limits

By Ben Ladabaum ’20 Facial recognition software is one of the most controversial scientific developments of our time. Proponents of the technology point to the promise of increased protection against… Read more »

Trump’s Show of Force

Trump’s Show of Force

By Jason Kim ‘19 The United States military used the GBU-43 or massive ordnance air blast (MOAB), the biggest non-nuclear bomb in the US arsenal on ISIS underground facilities in eastern… Read more »

Knockout Genes in Humans Provide Insight on Gene Function and Drug Development

Knockout Genes in Humans Provide Insight on Gene Function and Drug Development

By Ben Ladabaum ’20 One of the main tools scientists have used to study gene function in humans is to deactivate a particular gene in lab animals such as mice… Read more »

Marching For Science

Marching For Science

By David Hong ’19 “What do Trump and atoms have in common? They make up everything”, said one of the hostile signs in the March for Science, addressing President Trump’s… Read more »

Executive Order Affecting Foreign Workers

Executive Order Affecting Foreign Workers

By Jaedeok Hong ‘19 President Trump signed an order on Tuesday that he said would favor American companies for federal contracts and reform the visa program for foreign technical workers…. Read more »

A Discovery in Longevity: Potential Elixir of Life?

A Discovery in Longevity: Potential Elixir of Life?

By David Hong ’19 In our daily lives, exposure to the sun or similar small doses of radiation causes DNA damage in our cells, but our bodies have a very… Read more »

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