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Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

Researchers Develop Sweat Sensors

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Physicians and pharmacists can use saliva and urine to analyze patients' physiological conditions, but none of these materials are constantly portable or...

Researchers Develop Monkeys with Human Autism Gene

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Researchers at the Institute of Neuroscience at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai, China have genetically modified monkeys to show symptoms...

‘BPA-Free’ Might Not be Safer

Peter Crump Staff Writer Bisphenol-A (BPA), an industrial chemical used in some plastics that has been linked to birth defects and developmental problems with fetuses and...

4D Printed Structures Interact with the Environment

Peter Crump Staff Writer Recent advancements in 3D printing hold incredible progress in revolutionizing the technology and medical fields. Yet scientists at the Wyss Institute for...

Blockchain Changes Business

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Blockchain, a software controlling the digital currency Bitcoin, could soon be adopted by banks and traders for future financial transactions. Blockchain is a...

Proteins Could Help Purify Contaminated Water

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer A tenacious membrane, using thin amyloid protein fibers to pull out heavy metals and radioactive wastes, could help purify water. According to the...

Mosquito-Borne Virus May be Linked to Neurological Birth Disorder

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer A new mosquito-borne virus has sparked worldwide concern because of its rapid spread around the globe, and its possible connection to a...

Dream Catcher for NASA

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) Space Systems have been selected by NASA for a contract to provide cargo delivery, return and disposal services...

iPhone Users Go Bananas Over New ‘Peach’ App

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer What do you get when you mix Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Messenger and Tumblr? If your answer isn’t “Peach,” then you probably...

Researchers Discover New Planet

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer Many of us grew up knowing that there were nine planets. We all had some mnemonic device to remember them, my personal favorite...