Lucid Dreams

Faculty Editor: Professor Jeffrey DaCosta Most of us can recall a time where we’ve had a seriously disturbing nightmare. For trauma survivors and victims of PTSD, having nightmares is a chronic problem ...
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Nanorobots for Cancer Treatment

Faculty Editor: Professor Jeffrey DaCosta Nanomedicine, or the medical application of nanotechnology, is an emerging field with great potential for improving public health. Currently, new forms of nanot...
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The Potential Anti-Tumor Effect of a Ketogenic Diet

Faculty Editor: Professor Jeffrey DaCosta ons in blood sugar and insulin levels, increased level of beneficial HDL cholesterol, and decreased level of detrimental LDL cholesterol. In addition, there hav...

Forming A Better Understanding of How We Perceive Space

     For centuries, it was philosophers who shaped our early understanding of what it meant to have a consciousness — to consider yourself as separate from your environment. By the end of the 18th century, this...

A “New” Method of Discovering Antibiotics

     According to the CDC, antibiotics have been over-prescribed by doctors for the about the last decade. This is mostly due to the effective nature of antibiotics at treating bacterial infections, but natural...

Novel Strategy in Reducing Obesity

     Currently more than the one-third of the world’s population is either obese or overweight. Obesity has rapidly become one of the largest global epidemics as it puts the individual at high risk for many lif...

Retrieving Lost Memories

Imagine living a life you couldn’t remember. Experience would be held hostage to the moment; constantly disappearing and reappearing as a new scene. The knowable world would stretch no farther than your percept...