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When Your Lab is Destroyed by a Volcano, How do You Study It? New!

Since its inception in 1983, Kilauea’s Pu‘u‘‘ cone has risen and fallen as magma levels in the volcano’s active East Rift Zone varied. However, Pu‘u‘‘ announced its retirement with a rumble on April 30, 2018. Like an unclogged sink, the once-brimming basin trickled down into the earth. Newly freed lava crept eastward from the summit…

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Science Read This If You're on the Fence About Obtaining the COVID-19 Vaccine

IMPORTANT!! Read This If You’re on the Fence About Obtaining the COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of about 675,000 people in the United States, according to the CDC. This outbreak has surpassed the 1918 influenza pandemic in terms of mortality, making it the deadliest in recent American history. Vaccines are our most powerful weapon in the fight against the new coronavirus. In the United States, three…

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Science Do Monoclonal Antibodies Aid COVID Patients

NEW! Do Monoclonal Antibodies Aid COVID Patients?

COVID mortality continues to rise across the United States, mainly among unvaccinated populations, prompting renewed interest in newly developed treatments. Monoclonal antibody (mAb) therapy is one of the most successful treatments available. Patients are given high doses of antibodies specifically tailored to attack SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, as part of this treatment. These…

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ScienceTechnology iPhone is now Tracked Mood

New! Your iPhone Already does This, What If It Also Tracked Mood?

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, Apple is collaborating with UCLA to create new technology that employs face recognition and other behavioral tracking technologies to detect sadness in iPhone users. Apple appears to be contemplating a world where your phone could tell you that your mood has been dismal by using information that…

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Science NEW Society Still Discriminates—But Who does It?

NEW Society Still Discriminates—But Who does It?

According to new data, Americans are becoming more accepting of people of all colors, nationalities, and sexual orientations. Nonetheless, discrimination against persons from marginalized groups continues at alarmingly high levels. Two explanations have been presented by scientists to explain this seeming contradiction. According to the distributed discrimination theory, most people—even those with strong egalitarian beliefs—engage…

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