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Monthly Archives: April 2024

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

Decoding the Digital Age: How Binary Code Rules Our World

Imagine a world without the vibrant glow of your smartphone screen, the instant connection to information at your fingertips, or the endless stream of entertainment accessible with a click. This seemingly dystopian reality would be our world without the invisible language that powers it all:

The Potential of Xenobots, a Living Machine

Written by: Nathan Handjojo In a new field of cutting-edge biotechnology, a groundbreaking fusion of biology and robotics has emerged, pushing the boundaries of what we conceive as living organisms and machines. Enter the xenobots – a revolutionary class of programmable, living robots created from

The Sole EV: How Tesla Stole the EV Market

Teslas are everywhere. A ten minute drive anywhere near any American metropolis will almost guarantee a sight of the minimalistic, single-tone, electric vehicle. For some it instills a feeling of disapproval, while others marvel at the elegance of the vehicles. Tesla was the pioneer to

Democracy at Risk: How AI is Shaping Election Outcomes

By: Avi Samy Generative AI Generative AI, an advancement in artificial intelligence (AI), represents a leap in machine learning capabilities. Unlike traditional AI models which solve specific tasks while relying on predefined rules, generative AI algorithms generate new content. Examples of traditional AI include voice

The Isoperimetric Inequality

Written by Karthik Prasad   Introduction  Perimeter and area are two fundamental values associated with any 2D figure, but how are they related? It seems simple, but it turns out that this question is much more complicated than most have previously thought—it took mathematicians thousands