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How Chemical Composition Analysis Solves Crimes

Mar 31, 2023 - Emily Newton

How do investigators know a stain is actually blood and not ketchup? Here’s a look at how chemical composition analysis identifies evidence.

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The Top 10 Environmental Issues Should Make You Worry

Mar 29, 2023 - Emily Newton

These are problems that cause lasting damage to our planet. Read about the top 10 environmental changes happening in our lifetime that you should worry about!

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The Ocean Floor: An Alien World on Earth

Mar 16, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

The ocean floor is a strange but incredible place that can teach us about how life formed on Earth, and what it might be like off-world. What would life be like in a world without sunlight?

How Will Molecular Diagnostics Impact the Future of Medicine?

Mar 2, 2023 - Emily Newton

Scientists mapped the human genome in 1990, but are still figuring out how it works. What is molecular diagnostics?

Because of modern differences in brain makeup, the psychology of risk means more people now are enticed by risky behavior.

The Psychology of Risk: Why Is It Frightening Yet Addictive?

Feb 26, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Every creature on Earth strives to survive, so why do some people enjoy tempting fate? Here is a look at the psychology of risk.

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How 3D Brain Imaging Could Help Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

Feb 25, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

3D brain imaging is useful for diagnosing degenerative diseases, but scientists are working to improve it. Here are the latest breakthroughs.

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MS to RA: Types of Autoimmune Diseases

Feb 24, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

With medical awareness rising, there are still many questions that remain about the different types of autoimmune diseases. What do we know?

Glowing Mice and Chicken Teeth: The Strangest Examples of Biotechnology in Animals

Feb 22, 2023 - Revolutionized Team

Bioengineering is driving innovations worldwide. Here are some of the strangest examples of biotechnology creating useful animals.

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The Best Chemistry Sets for Kids Who Love Science

Feb 21, 2023 - Lou Farrell

Want a chemistry set for kids? Here are some of the best options for kids who enjoy hands-on scientific learning.

Is Space Cold? 6 of the Galaxy’s Coldest Corners

Feb 21, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Has anyone ever asked you is space cold? Just how cold is it? Let’s walk through six of the coldest places in the universe.

How Patient Monitoring Devices Improve Health Care

Feb 20, 2023 - Lou Farrell

Patient monitoring devices are changing health care for the better. Learn more about their applications here.

VR surgery could go on to improve patient outcomes and physician practices.

VR Surgery: Exciting Current Uses and Future Developments

Feb 19, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Medicine has greatly developed in the years since it was first imagined. How could VR surgery further revolutionize the field?