• Credit: Amélie Philibert, UdeM.
  • Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans
  • Women in STEM fields (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
  • Map of Europe 
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  • 2.5 million emergency room visits, hospitalizations, or deaths were associated with a single Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), or a combination of a TBI and additional sources of injury (Source: Wikimedia Commons).
  • Learning Classified: The Physical Manifestation of Explicit and Implicit Learning
  • Modeled Brain Performance: The Development of Mini Brain Organoids
Credit: Amélie Philibert, UdeM.

Pandemic Cholera: Origins and Implications

Pandemic Cholera: Origins and Implications Sahaj Shah ’21 On February 5, 2018, Jesse Shapiro presented his research findings on the origins of pandemic choleric strains from the environment, and their fate within patients to the Joint Microbiology & Immunology and Biological Sciences Seminar at the Geisel School of Medicine. Professor […]

Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans

Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans

Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans by John Kerin ‘20 A new evolutionary lineage of viruses has been found in samples of seawater from many of the world’s oceans. This new group of viruses was recently named “Autolykiviridae,” after a Greek mythological character known for his ability […]

Women in STEM fields (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Effect of Female Role Models in Young Women’s Intended Major

Effect of Female Role Models in Young Women’s Intended Major Ryan Kilgallon ’21 A study from Houston’s Southern Methodist University (SMU) reveals the effectiveness of using an enthusiastic female role-model to inspire young women to major in male-dominated fields such as economics. Nationally, the ratio of women to men majoring […]

Map of Europe 
Wiki commons 
https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?search=europe&title=Special:Search&profile=default&fulltext=1&searchToken=emiiajomdxte3x6irly5jg92x#/media/File:Europe_in_1923.jpg

Tree rings show extreme weather due to jet stream changes since 1960s

Tree rings show extreme weather due to jet stream changes since 1960s Sarah Chong Researchers from the University of Arizona have reconstructed historical changes in the North Atlantic jet stream going back almost 300 years, using information extracted from tree rings. The trees were from the British Isles and the […]

2.5 million emergency room visits, hospitalizations, or deaths were associated with a single Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), or a combination of a TBI and additional sources of injury (Source: Wikimedia Commons).

Contact Sports Further Linked to Changes in Brain Chemistry

Contact Sports Further Linked to Changes in Brain Chemistry by John Kerin ‘20 In recent months, the effects of contact sports on brain health have become a widely debated issue in the scientific and sporting communities. An increasing number of studies show that contact sports have an observable effect on […]

Learning Classified: The Physical Manifestation of Explicit and Implicit Learning

Learning Classified: The Physical Manifestation of Explicit and Implicit Learning

Learning Classified: The Physical Manifestation of Explicit and Implicit Learning By Nishi Jain ’21 Learning is something of a bilateral endeavor: it is composed explicit and implicit learning and memory. Explicit learning is the learning that you are consciously aware of—when you can articulate what you are learning because you […]

Modeled Brain Performance: The Development of Mini Brain Organoids

Modeled Brain Performance: The Development of Mini Brain Organoids

Modeled Brain Performance: The Development of Mini Brain Organoids By Nishi Jain ’21 At the University of California Los Angeles, researched have further enhanced a method of studying complex neurological disorders—the creation of simplified human brain tissue derived from stem cells, or “mini brain organoids.” These mini brain organoids, due […]

 

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Sewage Can Soon Be Converted into Bio-based Fuel

Sewage Can Soon Be Converted into Bio-based Fuel

Recent research findings at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has shown that wastewater treatment plants may have the potential to produce biocrude oil, which is a petroleum-substitute synthetic fuel, from ordinary sewage (1). The technological process being considered is called hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) (2). In HTL, […]

 
 

Pandemic Cholera: Origins and Implications

Credit: Amélie Philibert, UdeM.

Pandemic Cholera: Origins and Implications Sahaj Shah ’21 On February 5, 2018, Jesse Shapiro presented his research findings on the origins of pandemic choleric strains from the environment, and their fate within patients to the Joint Microbiology & Immunology and Biological Sciences Seminar at the Geisel School of Medicine. Professor […]

 
 

Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans

Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans

Bacteria-Killing Viruses Discovered in Abundance Across the World’s Oceans by John Kerin ‘20 A new evolutionary lineage of viruses has been found in samples of seawater from many of the world’s oceans. This new group of viruses was recently named “Autolykiviridae,” after a Greek mythological character known for his ability […]

 
 

Effect of Female Role Models in Young Women’s Intended Major

Women in STEM fields (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Effect of Female Role Models in Young Women’s Intended Major Ryan Kilgallon ’21 A study from Houston’s Southern Methodist University (SMU) reveals the effectiveness of using an enthusiastic female role-model to inspire young women to major in male-dominated fields such as economics. Nationally, the ratio of women to men majoring […]

 
 

Tree rings show extreme weather due to jet stream changes since 1960s

Map of Europe 
Wiki commons 
https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?search=europe&title=Special:Search&profile=default&fulltext=1&searchToken=emiiajomdxte3x6irly5jg92x#/media/File:Europe_in_1923.jpg

Tree rings show extreme weather due to jet stream changes since 1960s Sarah Chong Researchers from the University of Arizona have reconstructed historical changes in the North Atlantic jet stream going back almost 300 years, using information extracted from tree rings. The trees were from the British Isles and the […]

 
 

Contact Sports Further Linked to Changes in Brain Chemistry

2.5 million emergency room visits, hospitalizations, or deaths were associated with a single Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), or a combination of a TBI and additional sources of injury (Source: Wikimedia Commons).

Contact Sports Further Linked to Changes in Brain Chemistry by John Kerin ‘20 In recent months, the effects of contact sports on brain health have become a widely debated issue in the scientific and sporting communities. An increasing number of studies show that contact sports have an observable effect on […]

 
 
 
 

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