WCAS Undergraduate Seminar: Explaining Science

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When I hear the word “earthquake," my thoughts immediately turn to San Francisco, the San Andreas Fault, and, as of a few weeks ago, to the

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What time is it? Maybe the E. coli in your intestines will tell you some day.

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Remember those dreams of becoming a professional athlete?

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Remember those days when we just used cell phones to talk with our family and friends? Yeah, that was short-lived.

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There are indigenous species in decline and many face rapid extinction. Never before have they been subjected to current environmental and chemical disturbances. Where is this happening?

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In the movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Willy Wonka invents a gum that consists of a three course meal including blueberry pie for dessert.

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You probably think that you have control over your voice.  I mean, sure, the global economy, international pandemics and a hairy back are things beyond your control (don’t ask, don’t tell).  But yo

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In this week’s issue of Nature, Jian Wang and colleagues from the Beijing Genomics Institute report the first-ever

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When frustrated with the opposite sex, women tend to compare men to monkeys, apes, or even chimpanzees.  However, judging from recent discoveries concerning the Y chromosome in men and chimpanzees,