The carbon tipping point

The American election and its subsequent results have seen extensive coverage in the media. With all the attention towards what can only be described as the most well-covered circus the world has ever seen, some serious events that have taken place in the last few months have gone unnoticed and underreported. One such circumstance took…

To Mars and beyond

Space travel may soon be revolutionized with EmDrive Space –a vestige of the universe that continues to escape the understanding of science’s greatest minds. Beyond satellite images and deep space photos, we have next to no knowledge of what actually lies beyond our planet. With the current level of technological advancement in spacecrafts, it would…

Research, Repair, Restore

Exploring the great stem cell research debate Science has advanced more in the past 200 years than the rest of human history combined. With these advances coming from multiple fields, ranging from space to medicine, there is no doubt that the quality of human life has increased exponentially. Then, why is it that we as…

The two-sided story to GMOs

Settling the debate surrounding genetically modified organisms There has been constant debate about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) for as long as they’ve been around. On one side, the thought is that genetically modified foods are unsafe for consumption and possibly harmful to the environment. The other side of the argument is that genetic engineering is…