Author Archive: Yoo Jung Kim ‘14

The Underwater Propagation of Sound and its Applications






Sound is essentially a mechanical disturbance that travels through a fluid (1). The human hearing is likewise mechanical in nature and is a feat of evolutionary engineering.

 
 

Myth: Philosophy Has No Place in Biology






Interest in the philosophy of Biology as an academic discipline has grown in the past three decades, in parallel to the rising prominence of the biological sciences (1).

 
 

Busting the Anti-Vaccine Epidemic

Busting the Anti-Vaccine Epidemic






In February 2010, The Lancet, a preeminent British medical journal, retracted a 1998 article that established a possible link between Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccines and the development of bowel
disease and autism spectrum disorders in young children (1).

 
 
 
 
 

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