Gene Therapy on the External Part of the Body

This semester, we have discussed the idea of injecting programmed/man made vectors into the body in order to help combat diseases and ailments. However, almost everything that has been discussed focuses on the inside of the body, such as diabetes, heart failure, and many other diseases. Despite the multitude of organs inside the body, most […]

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There Is No Timeline For Machine Learning

Machine learning has the capability to transform our future and then some. Currently, humans are working towards building machines that learn from themselves which could ultimately become so good at teaching themselves that it could eventually eliminate the human aspect. In today’s society, machine learning is becoming more and more useful across many different industries. […]

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Nuclear Energy Continues to Struggle

One point that our current president made very clear during his campaign is the decline of the coal industry. Increased environmental regulations and a decline in the price of natural gas have made burning coal impractical and inefficient. Another source of energy that is often overlooked is Nuclear energy. Nuclear power is struggling to expand […]

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Instant Audiences.

It seems like not so long ago that marketing firms dreamed of putting out a new IP and having an almost instant audience to flock to it. And as many of us know now, this has more or less become a reality. While not to the point of being an exact science like some would […]

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How AI can Reshape the Energy Sector

In class, we have been extensively discussing artificial intelligence. Particularly, how it will impact society, what it is capable of, and the potential implications, At first, I never really thought anything of it. I definitely was not a believer. I saw it as robots that would never come to be in my lifetime. Soon after, […]

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Will the Future Increase the Education Gap?

Education is increasingly becoming the topic of many candidates in recent elections. Why is that someone may ask, have we not we achieved a good education for everyone in America by 2017? The National Education Foundation does research on how to close the achievement gap, they have come up with a  few points to combat […]

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Climate Change: Breeding Ground of Disease

Climate change has the potential to create an unprecedented refugee crisis by making areas of the world uninhabitable. Obviously, but is still should be mentioned, climate change affects the entire world. Whether it is extreme drought in Somalia, heatwaves in the Persian Gulf, hurricanes in Puerto Rico, or extreme snowfall across the East coast of […]

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