Learning Language and The Zebra Finch Factor
Nov18

Learning Language and The Zebra Finch Factor

Scientists have increased their understanding of early childhood language development by studying the behavior and brain activity of zebra finches.

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Mind-Controlled Movement: Advancements in the Field of Prosthetics
Aug19

Mind-Controlled Movement: Advancements in the Field of Prosthetics

Controlling things with your mind sounds like something out of science fiction. However, research has allowed for the technological development of mind-controlled prosthetics.

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The Origin of Life: Did Ancient RNA Act Alone?
Aug10

The Origin of Life: Did Ancient RNA Act Alone?

How did life as we know it come to be? Various hypotheses, including the “RNA World Hypothesis,” provide insight into the molecules and primitive processes that led to the creation of complex organisms like ourselves.

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Acne: The Great Bacterial Face Off
Jul10

Acne: The Great Bacterial Face Off

Battling bacteria in the face microbiome cause acne and other skin conditions. The goal is to find a cure rather than trying to manage acne.

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Is Artificial Intelligence Smarter Than Your Doctor?
Jun18

Is Artificial Intelligence Smarter Than Your Doctor?

The technology in our world is constantly evolving, and recent developments suggest that Artifical Intelligence may be the next frontier of quick medical diagnosis.

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The Sooty Mangabey: A Promising Primate Model for AIDS Research
Jun01

The Sooty Mangabey: A Promising Primate Model for AIDS Research

Being very genetically similar to humans, primate models that are natural hosts of viruses similar to HIV may be the key to furthering AIDS research.

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