A Fight Against Doom; The Remarkable Story of The Milwaukee Protocol
Medicine / Tiago Palmisano / Uncategorized

A Fight Against Doom; The Remarkable Story of The Milwaukee Protocol

By: Tiago Palmisano Edited By: Bryce Harlan Before the evolution of modern medicine, a fight with disease was all too often a sentence of doom. The lack of knowledge concerning antibodies and vaccines left doctors with a weak defense against the majority of illnesses, which understandably led to a longstanding association between sickness and the … Continue reading

Where’s My Blocker? – Football Lineman Are At An Elevated Risk for Heart Issues
Public Health / sports / Tiago Palmisano / Uncategorized

Where’s My Blocker? – Football Lineman Are At An Elevated Risk for Heart Issues

By: Tiago Palmisano Edited By: Bryce Harlan   American football is currently undergoing a metamorphosis. The rules, from what constitutes a foul to the distance of an extra-point field goal, seem to fluctuate more than in any other major American sport. And over the brief span of a few years, our conception of the football … Continue reading

Rise of the Electric Car
Jack Zhong / Sustainability / Technology

Rise of the Electric Car

Written by: Jack Zhong Edited by: Josephine McGowan Cars are an essential part of modern American life. Yet, unfortunately, they are also one of the primary sources of pollution that contributes to climate change. As a result, manufacturers have begun to introduce more fuel-efficient cars and electric cars. Electric cars ingeniously utilize battery power or … Continue reading

First Silicon Quantum Logic Gates
Computer Science / Dimitri Leggas

First Silicon Quantum Logic Gates

Written by: Dimitri Leggas Edited by: Hsin-Pei Toh The allure of quantum computing has not worn off since mathematicians and physicists like Yuri Manin and Richard Feynman theorized the field in the 1980s. Quantum computing promises rapid speed-ups in computations that can be parallelized, with potential impact on data security, as well as the financial … Continue reading

100 Years of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity
History / physics / relativity

100 Years of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity

By: Julia Zeh Edited by: Ashley Koo Exactly one hundred years ago, in November of 1915, Albert Einstein solidified his field equations of the general theory of relativity. Despite the passage of a century, both theories still stand and are still incredibly relevant in modern research, making November 2015 a month to celebrate Einstein’s work. … Continue reading

Mitochondrial DNA: Sinking a Century-Old Myth
Biology / Genetics / History

Mitochondrial DNA: Sinking a Century-Old Myth

By: Kimberly Shen Edited by: Arianna Winchester   Though we may think we know everything about the destruction of the Titanic over a century ago, new scientific developments are enabling us to find out new information about what actually happened on that tragic night in 1912. Modern methods of mitochondrial DNA testing has been able … Continue reading