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Charging the way toward reduced tailpipe emissions with EVs, HEVs

HEVs are the alternative created with the aim of striking a balance between electric and internal combustion engine vehicles.

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Breaking down long-term effects, dangers caused by forever chemicals

While PFAS make many modern comforts possible, they come at a steep cost for the environment and our health.

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Nexus: In search of the midpoint between the arts and sciences

This discourse that implies that choosing STEM is like abandoning the arts is the real rot.

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Deconstructing gender dysphoria and gender-affirming therapies

For people dealing with gender dysphoria, transitioning—be it social or medical—can be the key to living their authentic self.

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Strength in numbers: Building immunity with gut microbiome diversity

“Trusting your gut” gains new meaning with the knowledge that one’s gut microbiome affects every facet of a person’s health.

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Viva! Examining Traslación safety with Jed Diamante

In mass gatherings, the sheer number of people that show up poses a risk of injury, especially in the case of moving crowds.

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Building resilience and saving communities through adaptive infrastructure

By 2050, the IPCC observes that global sea levels will increase by 15 to 25 centimeters—putting millions of individuals at risk.

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Bridging the science of fear and cinema in elements of horror

Although we may presume that we could better live off without it, fear is more of a friend than a foe.

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Neigh or nay?: On ivermectin and treatments against COVID-19

It has been over a year since COVID-19 brought the world to a halt in March 2020.  It is unsurprising, then, that people are desperate for the pandemic to be over. Some go as far as taking drugs not indicated for use against COVID-19, and sometimes in forms not meant for human consumption. An example…