If you want to experience the thrill of travelling faster than the speed of light, all you need to do is hitch a ride on the Starship Enterprise and engage the ‘warp drive’. You’ll be able to enjoy a of
By Rachel Feltman Rachel Feltman Bio Calculus II was one of the most demoralizing experiences of my college career. I worked hard and still got the worst grades I've ever gotten. In retrospect, I wasn't
Gene editing must never be used to create “designer babies” with enhanced abilities, the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) told a gathering of top scientists on Tuesday. More provocatively,
Your life's path is determined (to a large extent) by many small decisions that you make, and perhaps a few big ones. If you don't pay attention, others may make those decisions for you. Don't let them.
The death of Muhammad Ali is a somber reminder of what can happen when we take our neurological health for granted. A magical and iconic figure, Ali, the most eloquent of pugilists, was decimated by Parkinson's
America’s early aerospace engineers ignored computers because they considered programming to be women's work. They were considered outsiders, both skilled in performing mathematical equations quickly,
Astronaut Tim Peake will come down to Earth with a bump next week when he ends his six month mission aboard the International Space Station. Although floating in micro-gravity for half a year may appear
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