by Tristan Wang Hollywood movies and horror novels have painted extraterrestrial life as green monsters, scouring the barren grounds of Mars and shooting any intruder with photon lasers. These disturbing […]
by Ryan Chow Earlier this year, President Obama announced the Precision Medicine Initiative. Proclaiming that the initiative would “lay the foundation for a new generation of lifesaving discoveries,” the […]
by Christine Zhang Stepping out the front door of my dorm, I am frequently greeted by a sharp gust of wind that convinces me to turn back and grab a […]
by Alexandra Rojek The mysteries of the brain and its functioning are both an object of fascination for researchers, for the ordinary human, but are also the source of much […]
by Linda Xu As you sit down for lunch, you might find yourself surrounded by a few friends, a circle of acquaintances, or more likely, a large crowd of strangers. […]
Check out the full Fall/Winter 2014 issue, posted in the Archives. All of the articles are also listed as blog posts below.
by Tristan Wang Slime molds are some of the world’s ancient mysteries. From the independent unicellular amoeba to the cooperation of many individuals, these globs of ooze share biological functions […]