The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Faculty Editor: Professor Jeffrey DaCosta “Some people call this artificial intelligence, but the reality is this technology will enhance us. So instead of artificial intelligence, I think we'll augment...

Caffeine Addiction Among College Students

Faculty Editor: Professor Jeffrey DaCosta It would be hard to imagine college life without coffee. Some students greet every morning with a steaming cup of it. Others plan to meet over it. And still, ot...

Brain Waves and Smartphone Addiction

     The widespread adoption of smartphones has revolutionized the way that we act, think and communicate; it has replaced  past cameras, portable music players, traditional landline phones, alarms, and more. D...

Combating Diabetes with Artificial Beta Cells

     Affecting more than 400 million people worldwide, diabetes is among the most prevalent diseases, particularly in the United States, where almost 30 million people are afflicted. In healthy individuals, ins...

Development of first synthetic self-developing embryo

The study of embryonic development as a consequence of complex organisms arising from a single cell is one of the most fascinating fields of biology. As late as the 18th century, there was fierce debate over wh...

Progress in the fight against acute myeloid leukemia

Despite the fact that acute myeloid leukemia (AML) accounts for less than 1.5% of all cancer cases in the United States, deaths due to complications associated with AML account for a disproportionately high num...

Professor Lowery’s Lesson on Life

“Students - they want to have this defined path, that they know, ‘this is what I’m doing, and this is how I’m going to get there’, and they feel like they are a failure if they are uncertain, or if their path m...