Blog

By: Leidamarie Tirado-Lee
July 16, 2014
When it comes to food, there are two types of people in this world: those who EAT TO LIVE and those who LIVE TO EAT. I, unapologetically, belong to the second group. I am a foodie through and through... Read more
By: Ben Goodman
July 14, 2014
After a whirlwind end to spring term, a jaunt back to the west-coast, and a relocation to Ohio for my summer internship, I’m finally settled enough to blog again. Luckily, I had the perfect... Read more
By: Khyati Meghani
July 9, 2014
“Hypothetically speaking, let’s say you get your genome sequenced and the report says that you have a genetic mutation. What is your interpretation of your report?” Well, if you ask a biologist this... Read more
By: Ethan Coffel
July 1, 2014
Climate change has made the news recently with the announcement that the EPA will require a 30 percent reduction (from 2005 levels) in carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. power plants by 2030. This... Read more
By: Sarah Moore
July 1, 2014
In her bestselling book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, Sheryl Sandberg offers advice that has since become a banner around which working moms can rally: Sit at the table. Sure, this is... Read more
By: Jessica Slater
June 26, 2014
Earlier this month, Lego unveiled their new female scientist minifigure set on YouTube, to be available in August 2014. Now I haven’t paid attention to the evolution of Lego minifigures over the... Read more
By: Khyati Meghani
June 25, 2014
Imagine it’s 1:00am and you have a whole lot of studying to do for a final tomorrow. Or, it’s 8:00am in the morning and you have that early morning meeting with your adviser. What do you rely on? If... Read more
By: Bethany Hubbard
June 20, 2014
I LOVE maple syrup. Born and raised in New England, I was taught at a young age to appreciate (more like worship) the authentic sticky sweet substance, and loathe the fake Mrs. Butterworth's bottles... Read more
By: Khyati Meghani
June 16, 2014
“What more powerful form of study of mankind could there be than to read our own instruction book?” – Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health on the completion of the Human... Read more
By: Ben Goodman
June 13, 2014
How does the human body move? A student of kinesiology might describe the muscle groups and their connections. A student of biology could explain the protein structures and interactions within a... Read more