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By / December 3, 2019

Origin and Macroevolutionary Consequences of microRNA

by Tristan Wild KeywordsmiRNA, evolution, macroevolution, microevolution, natural selection Abstract In this review, two experimentally supported mechanisms for the origination...

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By / November 19, 2019

Communities and Crime: A Study on Factors Related to Violent Crime Rates in the United States

Aaron Abraham*, Kevin Lin* Webber Academy  *Both authors contributed equally to the writing and research in this study. Their names...

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By / September 7, 2019

Addressing Healthcare Disparities Facing Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

By Kashyap Patel Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a systemic inflammatory disease that is associated with progressive debilitation and early death....

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By / September 4, 2019

A Crisis in Scientific Literacy

By Jacob Fine Imagine a world free of ignorance. Diseases are eradicated, climate change is solved, poverty is eliminated, and...

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By / May 29, 2019

A Depressing Fallacy

By Kashyap Patel Art by Jenni Li, STEM Fellowship The Stigma Mental health is very stigmatized in many cultures around...

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By / May 9, 2019

Navigating the research landscape as a student: Choosing what you want to research

by Abhinand Thaivalappil If you ask around, you will find that young students are often unsure and even overwhelmed of...

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By / April 1, 2019

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Interested in submitting to the STEM Fellowship Journal Blog? Here are some guidelines on the kinds of articles we are...

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By / April 1, 2019

In the Grey Zone, With a Hint of Colour: The interplay between art and science in academically-driven careers

By Julianna Svishchuk A few years ago, I was reading a book entitled This is Your Brain on Music, by...

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By / April 1, 2019

Welcome to the SFJ Blog

Science is not confined to work in laboratories or the long hours spent studying or researching in the library. Our...

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