• JAN 26, 2020
    Space & Astronomy
    JAN 26, 2020
    Betelgeuse Continues to Dim, But Why?
    A nearby red supergiant star by the name of Betelgeuse has long been popular among astronomers, not only because of its massive size and close proximity to...
  • JAN 25, 2020
    Neuroscience
    JAN 25, 2020
    Are You Still Working on Your New Year's Resolution?
    There are a few cardinal rules when it comes to goal-setting, and you've probably heard them all before. Goals will be successful if they are specific-...
  • JAN 26, 2020
    Plants & Animals
    JAN 26, 2020
    The Life of an Arctic Squirrel
    There is no overstating the fact that the Arctic Tundra is a cold and unforgiving place. There are few plants or animals that can survive in this extremely...
  • JAN 26, 2020
    Plants & Animals
    JAN 26, 2020
    Iguanas Are Falling From Trees in Florida
    The state of Florida has endured an exceptionally chilly Winter season this time around, and some of the state’s wild critters are taking notice. Whi...
  • JAN 21, 2020
    Technology
    JAN 21, 2020
    Expanding Microchip Storage with 3D Technology
    Most recently engineers are utilizing 3D components on a standardized 2D microchip to use up to 100 times less chip space. Researchers added up to three or...
  • JAN 20, 2020
    Technology
    JAN 20, 2020
    Online Program Improves Bilingual Education
      Knowing more than one language has been associated with lifelong advantages including the enhancement of communication skills to boosting profession...
  • JAN 21, 2020
    Drug Discovery & Development
    JAN 21, 2020
    Drug Targets Gastrointestinal Cancer
    The FDA has recently approved Ayvakit (avapritinib) for the treatment of unresectable and metastatic gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) that occurs most...