Science

The mysterious disappearance of the aviation pioneer Emilia Earhart is a mystery that has broken the heads of many investigators. Along with being the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, she also set many other records and wrote best-selling books about her flying experience. She was also a member of the National Woman's Party and an early supporter of the Equal...

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Will the virus make us choose virtual

With all the changes COVID-19 became a reason for, education may have been the least expected. Globalshala, an organisation that aims to assist students with finding global educational opportunities that are the right for them, undertook a survey of prospective graduate international students and the results show the expectations and concerns that the ones who were hoping to study abroad is facing at this point....

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A judge is one who is much unbiased in their decision making, one who can be trusted. To be a good judge, one has to cultivate and maintain five ethical principles – judicial aloofness and detachment, honesty and integrity, judicial independence, judicial temperament with humility, and impartiality.   However, how do you get one to like you more? This article might help you gain that plus one...

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Addiction

According to the World Health Organisation, substance abuse refers to the consumption of psychoactive substances including alcohol and illicit drugs, leading to its addiction. This abuse also gives rise to certain cravings or strong desires to repeat the consumption and makes it easier for the person to persist in its use despite harmful consequences.   Institute of Urban Health Research of Northeastern University developed a new substance...

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Over the years, one of the most important objectives of diagnostic medicine has been to be able to diagnose medical problems as swiftly as possible, enabling healthcare professionals to treat patients before any irreversible or long-term damage can occur. This is because the symptoms of some conditions only arise after a certain amount of time. By the time these symptoms come to the surface, the...

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coffee

You are asked to pick up a coffee and move it to the other side. How much would you let the coffee reach the edge? What may seem like a simple question is the topic of experimentation and contemplation for Dagmar Sternad, professor of Biology, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Physics, and C.J. Hasson, postdoctoral researcher at Northeastern University.   The act of picking up a cup...

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corneal

Tissue engineering has been one of the most important fields in medicine which was introduced with the concept of applying engineering to the repair of biological tissue like ligaments, tendons, and corneal tissues. It follows the process of combining cells, engineering, improving and replacing biological cells.   One of its kind is the ‘hybrid-tissue engineering’ developed by Jeffrey Ruberti at the Northeastern University. The technique involves combining...

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Nearly all people on the globe have a great health threat caused by the pathogenic organisms. These organisms are competent in causing sickness in their host. Pathogenic organisms include bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Northeastern University hosted a lecture on infectious diseases. In developing countries, where around 80% of the population of the world live, infectious agents are the major cause of illness and death. These...

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Proxima b exoplanet

Space is infinitely enveloped with vacuum that consists of uncountable stars, asteroids, galaxies, planets, radiations (even those which are invisible to the human eye), black holes, comets, and quasars. Scientists highly believe that space may consist of many more elements or things that are yet to be discovered by long and untiring researches. It was the result of one of the untiring research and efforts...

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