Brain Scans Reveal What Dogs Really Think of Us

We love our dogs. In the 30,000 years humans and dogs have lived together, man’s best friend has only become a more popular and beloved pet. Today, dogs … more

Cogito Picks, Mind & Brain, Science News
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Turkey Tom

Ten Bites of Turkey Trivia

After nearly being wiped out in North America, the wild turkey’s numbers have climbed, in part because of programs that have reintroduced the birds to … more

Cogito Picks, Earth & Environment, Science News
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Group Of Diverse International Students Celebrating Graduation

Up for Debate: Should Colleges Continue to Require a “Core Curriculum”?

College is expensive. Should schools do away with required core-curriculum courses and let students focus on their majors? Certain requirements must be met before a … more

Up for Debate, Young Scientists
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Brent Han

Exploring Biology: Alzheimer’s Disease

Hello, everyone. The following notes are from an amazing lecture from about Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) that was held at a local university. This topic actually holds … more

Biology, Exploring Biology, Member Blogs
Nikhil Cheerla and Vineet  Kosaraju

Open for Questions: Nikhil Cheerla, Co-Founder of MathAndCoding Workshops

This spring, high school students Nikhil Cheerla and Vineet Kosaraju began offering free “Coding for Kids” programming classes in public libraries in the San Francisco … more

Computer Science & AI, Interviews, Open for Questions