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Issue 19


Issue 19


 

Art and Environment

Soda: The Hidden Dangers Inside the Can

  • 11, Reader’s Digest EditorsJun. “Reasons to Avoid All Soda - That Means Diet Too.” Reader's Digest, Reader's Digest.

  • “13 Ways That Sugary Soda Is Bad For Your Health.” Healthline, Healthline Media.

  • DiMeglio, D P, and R D Mattes. “Liquid versus Solid Carbohydrate: Effects on Food Intake and Body Weight.” Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports., U.S. National Library of Medicine, June 2000.

  • Lee, Matthew. “Soda's Effects on Tooth Erosion.” Healthy Eating | SF Gate, 11 June 2018..

  • Ludwig, DS, et al. “Relation between Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Drinks and Childhood Obesity: a Prospective, Observational Analysis.” Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports., U.S. National Library of Medicine, 17 Feb. 2001..

  • MacMillan, Amanda. “Stop Drinking Soda, for (Your Own) Good.” CNN, Cable News Network, 27 Mar. 2015.

  • Mueller, Noel T et al. “Soft Drink and Juice Consumption and Risk of Pancreatic Cancer: The Singapore Chinese Health Study” Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention:a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, cosponsored by the American Society of Preventive Oncology vol. 19,2 (2010): 447-55.

Space Force: The Next Frontier

  • Bruno, A.J. “The Space Force Is No Joke – in Fact, It's Really Needed.” Washington Examiner, 8 Nov. 2018, www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/op-eds/the-space-force-is-no-joke-in-fact-its-really-needed.

  • Davenport, Christian, and Dan Lamothe. “Pence Details Plan for Creation of Space Force in What Would Be the Sixth Branch of the Military.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 9 Aug. 2018, www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/pence-details-plan-for-creation-of-space-force-in-what-would-be-the-sixth-branch-of-the-military/2018/08/09/0b40b8d0-9bdc-11e8-8d5e-c6c594024954_story.html.

  • Foust, Jeff. “Elon Musk Backs Space Force Proposal.” Space.com, Space.com, 5 Nov. 2018, www.space.com/42340-elon-musk-backs-space-force-proposal.html?utm_source=notification.

  • Greshko, Michael. “Would a U.S. Space Force Be Legal? Get the Facts.” National Geographic, National Geographic Society, 9 Aug. 2018, news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/06/space-force-trump-legal-military-role-satellites-science/.

  • Johnson, Eric. “Full Q&A: Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Recode Decode.” Recode, Recode, 2 Nov. 2018, www.recode.net/2018/11/2/18053428/recode-decode-full-podcast-transcript-elon-musk-tesla-spacex-boring-company-kara-swisher.

  • Koren, Marina. “Trump's Space Force Faces an Uncertain Fate.” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 9 Nov. 2018, www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/11/space-force-trump-democrats-congress/575359/.

  • Sisk, Richard. “Space Force in Jeopardy After Democrats Gain Control of House.” Military.com, Member 30298028, 7 Nov. 2018, www.military.com/daily-news/2018/11/07/space-force-jeopardy-after-democrats-gain-control-house.html.

  • Wall, Mike. “The Most Extreme Human Spaceflight Records.” Space.com, Space.com, 12 Jan. 2018, www.space.com/11337-human-spaceflight-records-50th-anniversary.html.

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The Mummy’s Curse?: Mummies, Their Use in Disease Research, and the Potential Outcomes of Their Recovery

Homo praticus: Performing Man and the Paradox of Social Media

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  • Number of social media users worldwide 2010-2021. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.statista.com/statistics/278414/number-of-worldwide-social-network-users/

  • Andreassen, C. S., Pallesen, S., & Griffiths, M. D. (2017). The relationship between addictive use of social media, narcissism, and self-esteem: Findings from a large national survey. Addictive Behaviors, 64, 287-293. doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2016.03.006

  • Leung, L. (2013). Generational differences in content generation in social media: The roles of the gratifications sought and of narcissism. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(3), 997-1006. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2012.12.028

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Sleep: Casually Prescribed, Deeply Beneficial, Poorly Understood

  • Aulsebrook, A. E. et al. (2016) Sleep ecophysiology: integrating neuroscience and ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 31, 590-597

  • Elvsåshagen, T. et al. (2015) Widespread changes in white matter microstructure after a day of waking and sleep deprivation. PLoS ONE.

  • Muslek, E. S. et al. (2016) Mechanisms linking circadian clocks, sleep, and neurodegeneration. Science.

  • Schmid, M.H. (2014) The energy allocation function of sleep: a unifying theory of sleep, torpor, and continuous wakefulness. Neuroscience Biobehavioural Reviews. 47, 122-153

  • Tononi, G. et al. (2014) Sleep and the price of plasticity: from synaptic and cellular homeostasis to memory consolidation and integration. Neuron. 81, 12-34.

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Learning from the 'Alien' Language: Unraveling Linguistic Relativity in the Film Arrival

A Revolting Remedy: A Word About C. diff and Experimental Treatments

When Magnets Inspire Art: From Psychedelic Artwork to Floating Objects

Issue 18


Issue 18


Cold Plasma Therapy: Can One Device Change the World?

  • 2014 study: Köritzer, J. (2014). Biophysical Effects of Cold Atmospheric Plasma on Glial Tumor Cells (Springer International Publishing).

The Outbreak of Autoimmunity: Why are our immune systems going rogue?

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  • Myles, Ian A. “Fast Food Fever: Reviewing the Impacts of the Western Diet on Immunity.” Nutrition Journal 13 (2014) PMC. Web. 27 May 2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4074336/

  • Milner, J. Justin, and Melinda A. Beck. “The Impact of Obesity on the Immune Response to Infection.” Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, vol. 71, no. 2, 2012, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22414338

  • Sørensen, Lone B, et al. “Effect of Sucrose on Inflammatory Markers in Overweight Humans.” The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol. 82, no. 2, Aug. 2005 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16087988

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  • Calder, PC. “Fatty Acids and Inflammation: the Cutting Edge between Food and Pharma.”Pub Med, 2011, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21816146 


  • Donna Jackson Nakazawa. “The Autoimmune Epidemic.” iBooks. https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-autoimmune-epidemic/id381518914?mt=11

  • Myles, Ian A. “Fast Food Fever: Reviewing the Impacts of the Western Diet on Immunity.” Nutrition Journal 13 (2014): 61. PMC. Web. 27 May 2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4074336/#!po=9.16667

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  • Okada, H et al. “The ‘hygiene Hypothesis’ for Autoimmune and Allergic Diseases: An Update.” Clinical and Experimental Immunology 160.1 (2010): 1–9. PMC. Web. 30 May 2018. 


  • Crawford, Dorothy H. Deadly Companions: How Microbes Shaped Our History. Oxford University Press, 2018. 


  • Williams, William V. “Hormonal Contraception and the Development of Autoimmunity: A Review of the Literature.” The Linacre Quarterly, vol. 84, no. 3, 2017 


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  • Perricone, C, et al. “An Overview on the Genetic of Rheumatoid Arthritis: a Never-Ending Story.” Advances in Pediatrics., U.S. National Library of Medicine, Aug. 2011, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21545847/ 


  • Lettre G, Rioux JD. Autoimmune diseases: insights from genome-wide association studies. Hum Mol Genet. 2008;17(R2): R116-R121. 


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  • Khan, Deena, and S. Ansar Ahmed. “The Immune System Is a Natural Target for Estrogen Action: Opposing Effects of Estrogen in Two Prototypical Autoimmune Diseases.” Frontiers in Immunology, Frontiers Media S.A., 2015, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4701921/. 


Hand Dryers: Germ Machines in Disguise?

  • Bratskeir, Kate. “Bad News About Those Fancy 'Jet Air' Hand Dryers.” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 18 Apr. 2016.

  • Care, Primary. “Do Hand Dryers Spread More Germs Than Paper Towels?” UPMC HealthBeat, 29 Aug. 2018.

  • Hafner, Josh. “Hand Dryers Suck in Fecal Bacteria and Blow It All Over Your Hands, Study Finds.” USA Today, Gannett Satellite Information Network, 13 Apr. 2018.

  • “Hand Dryers Spew Bacteria in Bathrooms.” Healthline, Healthline Media.

  • Ossola, Alexandra. “Do Jet Hand Dryers Really Spread More Germs Than Paper Towels?” Popular Science, 14 Apr. 2016.

  • “Reusable Paper Towels.” If You Care.

  • Ross, John. “The Bacterial Horror of Hot-Air Hand Dryers.” Harvard Health Blog, 17 May 2018.

Using Ancient Slugs to Understand Our Immune System: How Dicty Sentinel Cells Model Neutrophils

  • Zhang, Xuezhi, et al. "Social amoebae trap and kill bacteria by casting DNA nets." Nature communications 7 (2016): 10938.

  • Zhang, Xuezhi, and Thierry Soldati. "Of amoebae and men: extracellular DNA traps as an ancient cell-intrinsic defense mechanism." Frontiers in immunology 7 (2016): 269.

Rest, Pain Medication, Darkness, Repeat: How we should be addressing concussions in athletes

  • Buckley, T., Munkasy, B., & Clouse, B. (2016). Acute cognitive and physical rest may not improve concussion recovery time. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 31(4), 233-241.

  • Collins, M., Kontos, A., Reynolds, E., Murawski, C., & Fu, F. (2014). A comprehensive, targeted approach to the clinical care of athletes following sport-related concussion. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 22(2), 235-246.

  • Reynolds, E., Collins, M., Mucha, A., & Troutman-Ensecki, C. (2014). Establishing a clinical service for the management of sports-related concussions. Neurosurgery,75(4), 71-81.

  • Schneider, K., Leddy, J., Guskiewicz, K., Seifert, T., McCrea, M., Silverberg, N., Feddermann-Demont, N., Iverson, G., Hayden, A., & Makdissi, M. (2017). Rest and treatment/rehabilitation following sport-related concussion: a systematic review. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51(12), 930-934.

Defusing the bomb: How Mammoths, a Russian Scientist, and His Tank Are Trying To Save the World

Human-Caused Extinction: A Call to Action

The Winding Roads of Sterile-20s: The Need for Personalized Treatment in Untangling the Inextricable Web of Cancer

  • Ponomarenko, E. A., Poverennaya, E. V., Ilgisonis, E. V., Pyatnitskiy, M. A., Kopylov, A. T., Zgoda, V. G., . . . Archakov, A. I. (2016). The Size of the Human Proteome: The Width and Depth. International Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2016, 1-6.

  • Duong-Ly, K. C., & Peterson, J. R. (2013). The Human Kinome and Kinase Inhibition. Current Protocols in Pharmacology.

  • Dan, I., Watanabe, N. M., & Kusumi, A. (2001). The Ste20 group kinases as regulators of MAP kinase cascades. Trends in Cell Biology, 11(5), 220-230.

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  • Yasuda, S., Tanaka, H., Sugiura, H., Okamura, K., Sakaguchi, T., Tran, U., . . . Yamagata, K. (2007). Activity-Induced Protocadherin Arcadlin Regulates Dendritic Spine Number by Triggering N-Cadherin Endocytosis via TAO2β and p38 MAP Kinases. Neuron, 56(3), 456-471.

  • Shrestha, R. L., Tamura, N., Fries, A., Levin, N., Clark, J., & Draviam, V. M. (2014). TAO1 kinase maintains chromosomal stability by facilitating proper congression of chromosomes. Open Biology, 4(6), 130108-130108.

  • Mcneill, H., & Badouel, C. (2011). Faculty of 1000 evaluation for The sterile 20-like kinase Tao-1 controls tissue growth by regulating the Salvador-Warts-Hippo pathway. F1000 - Post-publication Peer Review of the Biomedical Literature.

  • Oh, H. J., Kim, M. J., Song, S. J., Kim, T., Lee, D., Kwon, S., . . . Lim, D. (2010). MST1 Limits the Kinase Activity of Aurora B to Promote Stable Kinetochore-Microtubule Attachment. Current Biology, 20(5), 416-422.

  • Tavares, I. A., Touma, D., Lynham, S., Troakes, C., Schober, M., Causevic, M., . . . Morris, J. D. (2013). Prostate-derived Sterile 20-like Kinases (PSKs/TAOKs) Phosphorylate Tau Protein and Are Activated in Tangle-bearing Neurons in Alzheimer Disease. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 288(21), 15418-15429.

Existing Between Dreams and Reality: The Science Behind Narcolepsy and Cataplexy

Digital Dentistry: The Rise of CAD/CAM

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Gene Editing: Combating Malaria with CRISPR/Cas9


## The Power of Words: The Ramifications of Stigmatizing Language in Medical Records

Scientific Colonialism and Biopiracy: Moving Beyond Patents and Intellectual Property

Alexa, Play “Despacito”!: Privacy in our Virtually Augmented World

The Liquid to Life: The potential behind the presence of water in our Solar System

  • Choi, Charles Q. “Ancient Oceans on Mars May Have Been Older and Shallower Than Thought.” Space.com, Space.com, 19 Mar. 2018, www.space.com/40019-ancient-mars-oceans-older-and-shallower.html.

  • “Complex Organics Bubble up from Ocean-World Enceladus – Solar System Exploration: NASA Science.” NASA, NASA, 27 June 2018, solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/476/complex-organics-bubble-up-from-ocean-world-enceladus/.

  • Greicius, Tony. “The Solar System and Beyond Is Awash in Water.” NASA, NASA, 7 Apr. 2015, www.nasa.gov/jpl/the-solar-system-and-beyond-is-awash-in-water.

  • Horner, Jonti. “Water, Water, Everywhere in Our Solar System but What Does That Mean for Life?” The Conversation, The Conversation, 19 Sept. 2018, theconversation.com/water-water-everywhere-in-our-solar-system-but-what-does-that-mean-for-life-76315.

  • Kerr, Richard A. “Cassini Plumbs the Depths of the Enceladus Sea.” Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 4 Apr. 2014, science.sciencemag.org/content/344/6179/17.summary.

  • NASA. “Cassini at Enceladus: A Decade-Plus of Discovery – Solar System Exploration: NASA Science.” NASA, NASA, 25 Sept. 2018, solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/12916/cassini-at-enceladus-a-decade-plus-of-discovery/.

  • NASA. “Cassini Sees Heat Below the Icy Surface of Enceladus – Solar System Exploration: NASA Science.” NASA, NASA, 31 Aug. 2018, solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/13007/cassini-sees-heat-below-the-icy-surface-of-enceladus/.

  • NASA. “Ocean Worlds.” NASA, NASA, www.nasa.gov/specials/ocean-worlds/.

  • Oskin, Becky. “What Is Plate Tectonics?” LiveScience, Purch, 19 Dec. 2017, www.livescience.com/37706-what-is-plate-tectonics.html.

  • Philips, Dr. Tony. “What Happened to Mars? A Planetary Mystery.” NASA, NASA, 12 Nov. 2013, science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2013/12nov_maven.

  • Redd, Nola Taylor. “What Is Solar Wind?” Space.com, Space.com, 19 May 2018, www.space.com/22215-solar-wind.html.

  • SPACE.com Staff. “Mars Surface Made of Shifting Plates Like Earth, Study Suggests.” Space.com, Space.com, 14 Aug. 2012, www.space.com/17087-mars-surface-marsquakes-plate-tectonics.html.

  • Wall, Mike. “This May Be the Best Evidence Yet of a Water Plume on Jupiter's Moon Europa.” Space.com, Space.com, 14 May 2018, www.space.com/40575-jupiter-moon-europa-plume-galileo-spacecraft.html.

  • Wenz, John. “23 Places We've Found Water in Our Solar System.” Popular Mechanics, Popular Mechanics, 16 Mar. 2015, www.popularmechanics.com/space/a14555/water-worlds-in-our-solar-system/.

Issue 17


Issue 17


Genetics of Esophageal Cancer: Exploring a Booming Sector of Cancer Research

  • Sugase, T. et. al (2017). Suppressor of cytokine signalling-1 gene therapy induces potent antitumor effect in patient-derived esophageal squamous cell carcinoma xenograft mice. Int. J. Cancer: 140, 2608-2621.
  • Li, S. et. al (2016). Modulation of E-cadherin expression promotes migration ability of esophageal cancer cells. Sci. Rep: 6, 21713.
  • TCGA Research Network (2017). Integrated genomic characterization of oesophageal carcinoma. Nature: 541, 169-175.
  • Weaver, J. et. al (2014). Ordering of mutations in preinvasive disease stages of esophageal carcinogenesis. Nature Genetics: 46, 837-843.
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Break Out The Soap: The Filthiest Objects You Touch Everyday

  • Heid, Markham. “The 5 Dirtiest Things You Touch Every Day.” Time, Time, 4 Jan. 2017, time.com/4620966/dirty-germ-bacteria/.
  • “Here's How Often You Should Replace Your Kitchen Sponge.” TODAY.com, www.today.com/home/how-often-replace-kitchen-sponge-according-study-t114593.
  • News, CBS. “Yuck! 7 Everyday Objects Ranked for Germiness.” CBS News, CBS Interactive, 25 Oct. 2011, www.cbsnews.com/pictures/yuck-7-everyday-objects-ranked-for-germiness/4/.
  • Pegg, David. “The 25 Dirtiest Things You Touch Every Day.” List25, List25, 19 Apr. 2014, list25.com/the-25-dirtiest-things-you-touch-every-day/.
  • Roufos, Anna. “Germ and Bacteria Hot-Spots: 12 Things You Should Know.” Fitness Magazine, Fitness Magazine, 27 Feb. 2008, www.fitnessmagazine.com/health/germs/germ-bacteria-hot-spots/.
  • “Study Finds Vending Machine Buttons Among Bacteria Contaminated Surfaces In Office Break Rooms.” VendingMarketWatch, www.vendingmarketwatch.com/news/10721771/study-finds-vending-machine-buttons-among-bacteria-contaminated-surfaces-in-office-break-rooms.
  • “The 15 Dirtiest Thing You Touch Every Day.” WebMD, WebMD, www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/ss/slideshow-germiest-things.

You Can't Always Trust Your Gut

  • Choi JG, Kim N, Ju IG, et al. Oral administration of Proteus mirabilis damages dopaminergic neurons and motor functions in mice. Scientific Reports. 2018;8(1).
  • Cersosimo, M. G. et al. Gastrointestinal manifestations in Parkinson’s disease: prevalence and occurrence before motor symptoms. J Neurol 260, 1332–1338,
  • Holmqvist, S. et al. Direct evidence of Parkinson pathology spread from the gastrointestinal tract to the brain in rats. Acta Neuropathol 128, 805–820, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00401-014-1343-6 (2014).
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  • Schperjans F, Aho V, Pereira A, et.al. Gut microbiota are related to Parkinson's disease and clinical phenotype. Movement Disorders. 2015;30(3):350-358. doi:10.1002/mds.26069.

Impostor!: The Basics of Impostor Syndrome and How to Handle It

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  • Richards, Carl. “Learning to Deal With the Impostor Syndrome.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 26 Oct. 2015, www.nytimes.com/2015/10/26/your-money/learning-to-deal-with-the-impostor-syndrome.html.
  • Stahl, Ashley. “Feel Like A Fraud? Here's How To Overcome Impostor Syndrome.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 10 Dec. 2017, www.forbes.com/sites/ashleystahl/2017/12/10/feel-like-a-fraud-heres-how-to-overcome-imposter-syndrome/#17c2ad084d31.
  • Weir, Kirsten. “Feel Like a Fraud?” American Psychological Association, American Psychological Association, www.apa.org/gradpsych/2013/11/fraud.aspx.

Treating ADHD While Preserving Creativity

  • Boot, Nathalie, Barbara Nevicka, and Matthijs Baas. 2017. "Creativity in ADHD: Goal-Directed Motivation and Domain Specificity." J Atten Disord: 1087054717727352. doi:10.1177/1087054717727352. https://doi.org/10.1177/1087054717727352.
  • Gvirts, Hila Z., Naama Mayseless, Aviv Segev, D. Y. Lewis, Kfir Feffer, Yael Barnea, Yuval Bloch, and Simon Shamay-Tsoory. 2017. "Novelty-Seeking Trait Predicts the Effect of Methylphenidate on Creativity." J Psychopharmacol 31 (5): 599-605. doi:10.1177/0269881116667703. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269881116667703.
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Science Policy in the Trump Administration: How the Trump Administration is Altering the Federal Science Policy Infrastructure

  • Kaplan, Sarah. “David Gelernter, Fiercely Anti-Intellectual Computer Scientist, Is Being Eyed for Trump's Science Adviser.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 18 Jan. 2017, www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2017/01/18/david-gelernter-fiercely-anti-intellectual-computer-scientist-is-being-eyed-for-trumps-science-adviser/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.c14c6a548cbd.
  • Mervis, Jeffrey. “Congress Gives Science a Record Funding Boost.” Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 30 Mar. 2018, science.sciencemag.org/content/359/6383/1447.
  • “A Running List of How Trump Is Changing the Environment.” National Geographic, National Geographic Society, 6 Apr. 2018, news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/how-trump-is-changing-science-environment/.
  • Waldman, Scott. “Trump's Science Advisor, Age 31, Has a Political Science Degree.” Scientific American, 14 Feb. 2018, www.scientificamerican.com/article/trump-rsquo-s-science-advisor-age-31-has-a-political-science-degree/.
  • Wall, Mike. “New NASA Chief Jim Bridenstine Faces 'Uphill Climb' After Contentious Confirmation.” Space.com, Space.com, 20 Apr. 2018, www.space.com/40361-nasa-administrator-jim-bridenstine-challenges.html.

Second Last Chance: On the Ethics of Radical Conservation

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  • “After Last Male's Death, Is the Northern White Rhino Doomed?” National Geographic, National Geographic Society, 20 Mar. 2018, news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/03/northern-white-rhino-male-sudan-death- extinction-spd/.
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  • Pappas, Stephanie. “Should the White Rhino Be Saved?” Live Science, Live Science, 9 Mar. 2018, www.livescience.com/61979-should-northern-white-rhino-be-saved.html.

RNA Interference for Therapeutic Treatment of Breast Cancer: How to Tackle the Issue of Multidrug Resistance

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The Truth On Serotonin: Misconceptions and the Reality About the Neurotransmitter and Its Function

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Exoplanets: A Home Away From Earth: Three Potential Destinations for the Human Race Once Life On Earth Is No Longer An Option

The Anthropocene: How Modern Geologists are Creating a Paradigm Shift in Our Concept of Time

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Man's Best Friend: The Evolution of Technology is a Double-Edged Sword

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The Designer Plant Debate: Why CRISPR Crops May Be in Your Crisper Drawers Sooner Than You Think

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Fighting the Heat: Geoengineering Strategies and Potential Global Effects

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Issue 16


Issue 16


Jack of Some Trades: How Trade-offs Allow Organisms to Succeed Where it Counts

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The Curious Case of Dictyostelium discoideum: How Slug Farming Bacteria Could Teach Us About Epigenetics

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.01% : The Germs that Hand Sanitizers Don’t Kill

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KNOCKOUT SCIENCE

Debating the Use of Public Lands: Conservation or Mining for the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

La Llorona: Cultural DNA, Representation Through Diaspora, and the Ecology of Folklore: Exploring the Network of a Folktale Through an Ecological Lens

  • Cantú, Norma Elia. “La Llorona Considers the State of Tortillas.” Feminist Studies. vol. 34.1, 2008, pp. 129-30. ProQuest. Web.
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  • Perez, Domino R. There was a Woman: La Llorona from Folklore to Popular Culture. Ed. Domino R. Perez. University of Texas Press, Austin, 2008. pp. Ix-xv. Web.
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First Lab Grown Human Eggs: A Beacon of Hope for Infertility

Talking to Climate Deniers: A Road Map to Changing Minds

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  • McCright, A.M., Dunlap, R.E. 2012. “Cool dudes: The denial of climate change among conservative white males in the United States.” Global Environmental Change. 21:4 (1163-1172)
  • Storey, M., Duncan, R.A. 2007. “Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum and the opening of the Northeast Atlantic.” Science. 316: 587-9
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Beyond Brute Force Computing: Google’s AlphaZero and the Consequences of Fast Thought

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Behind the Opioid Crisis: A Primer on Opioid Function, Overdose, and Reversal

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The Death Of The Luminiferous Aether: How Science Changes

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Boredom on the Brain: Could Lab Animal Enrichment Improve Biomedical Research?

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Issue 15


Issue 15


Think One Person Can Change the World?: Plants Already Have

  • Clock metaphor taken from a lesson plan written by Dr. Larry MacPhee, a biology professor at NAU ([http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/lrm22/lessons/timeline/24_hours.html][0])
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  • Davies, N.S., Gibling, M.R. 2013. “The sedimentary record of Carboniferous rivers: Continuing influence of land plant evolution on alluvial processes and Palaeozoic ecosystems.” Earth Science review 120:40-79.
  • Hu, S., Dilcher, D.L., Jarzen, D.M., Taylor, D.W. 2007. “Early Steps of Angiosperm-Pollinator Co-Evolution.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 240-245.

And We Don't Have Liftoff: The Origin of Flightless Birds

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  • Cracraft, Joel. “Phylogeny And Evolution Of The Ratite Birds.” Ibis, vol. 116, no. 4, 2008, pp. 494–521., doi:10.1111/j.1474-919x.1974.tb07648.x.
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  • Zimmer, Carl. “A Theory on How Flightless Birds Spread Across the World: They Flew There.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 22 May 2014, www.nytimes.com/2014/05/23/science/a-theory-on-how-flightless-birds-spread-across-the-world-they-flew-there.html.

Nature vs Nurture: The Impact of Genes and Environment on Behavior

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Brain Boost: The Dangers of Stimulant Abuse in College Students

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Bog Bodies: Tracing Human Narratives Through Interdisciplinary Methodology

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Germ Theory: How We Became Acquainted with Diseases

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Helping People Breathe Easier: Cystic Fibrosis and Gene Manipulation

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  • Christopher Coble, Esq. “Is It Illegal to Share or Give Away Prescription Drugs?” FindLaw Blotter, findlaw.com/blotter/2017/03/is-it-illegal-to-share-or-give-away-prescription-drugs.html.

If cartilage wears away hydrogels can save the day: A look into the future of 3D printing in the biomedical industry

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What’s Cooking?: Climate Change, Legislation, and Growth

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Time for an Upgrade: The Shift to 3D Printed Casts

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Lab-Grown Meat: Food Savior of the Future or an Elusive Ambition?

Oberlin’s Clear Center: Building Quantitative Skills Since 2012

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