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Daily Archives: April 26, 2024

Quantum Dots: a Nanoparticle that can Shape Our Future

In the field of nanotechnology, quantum dots, also called “semiconductor nanocrystals”,  are semiconductor particles a few nanometres in size with optical and electronic properties that differ from those of larger particles via quantum mechanical effects. Quantum dots (QDs) are renowned for their ability to exhibit

NAD+ Deficiency Linked to Birth Defects and Miscarriages

Written By: Kavya Reddy   Of the 4-8 million babies born globally each year, around 3-5 percent are born with severe birth defects (Victor Chang, 2024). Furthermore, 10-20 percent of all pregnancies are at risk of ending in a miscarriage (Victor Chang, 2024). There are

Artificial Intelligence: A Mathematical Marvel

Written by: Aarav Shah Source:    Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the world around us. From facial recognition on our smartphones to the algorithms driving autonomous vehicles, AI’s capabilities appear magical. But beneath the seemingly mystical surface lies a powerful and logical engine:

Cultivating the Future with Vertical Farming

Written by: Chad Park Traditional agriculture is being limited by finite resources such as water and land as it struggles to keep up with global food demand in a world marked by population growth. Furthermore, traditional agriculture is extremely harmful to the environment and is

Prevagen: How Jellyfish Improve Memory Loss

In the vast sea of dietary supplements promising cognitive enhancement, Prevagen stands out as a unique contender, harnessing the power of a protein derived from an unexpected source: jellyfish. Marketed as a brain health supplement, Prevagen boasts apoaequorin as its key ingredient, a protein originating from glow-in-the-dark