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Want to enter a race with a first prize of $10 million?  All you have to do is develop a DNA sequencer that can churn out the complete DNA sequence of 100 people in 10 days – for $10,000 or less pe

Khyati is a graduate student in the Master of Biotechnology program at Northwestern University.


“What more powerful form of study of mankind could there be than to read our own instruction book?” –


Kip Thorne, Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics, Emeritus, at Caltech, is a leading authority on some of the most intriguing issues in physics today.

Much of his work is based on Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which poses that the gravitational force from an object can actually warp the space and time around it. Thorne focuses on the study of black holes, which have such strong gravity that space and time are warped almost beyond imagination. 


There is no safe way to tan, according to newly released research conducted at the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health and Masonic Cancer Center in Minneapolis.

The Minnesota researchers said their study shows a definitive link between tanning beds and melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.

A healthy dose of sunlight can boost mood, increase vitamin D production and fight off several skin maladies. But too much sun can cause skin cancer even when the “sun” shines from a tanning bed.


Science Chicago held their public outreach finale this afternoon in Millennium Pa

Cindy Danielson is a graduate student in Tom Hope's laboratory at Northwestern University.


About 20 years ago, Miller and Coen published "The Case for Music in the Schools." In this article, they no