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Posted: March 4, 2021

Question Your World: What Should and Shouldn’t Get Cloned?

Cloning animals is not a new thing -- the first cloning research began in 1885 and the earliest successful cloning experiment using frogs happened in 1952 -- but we're still pretty far off from a real life Jurassic Park.

Question Your World: What Should and Shouldn’t Get Cloned?
Posted: March 1, 2021

Vaccine Human Trials: A Behind-the-Scenes Look

What are human vaccine trials really like and who conducts them? To answer that question and help dispel some of the mystery involved in drug trials, we visited Dr. Robert Call of Clinical Research Partners.

Vaccine Human Trials: A Behind-the-Scenes Look
Posted: February 24, 2021

The Neuroscience of Decision Making: The Optimism Bias

There are a variety of cognitive biases that play a role in how we make decisions, and sometimes we aren’t even aware they exist. One of these is the optimism bias.

The Neuroscience of Decision Making: The Optimism Bias
Posted: February 22, 2021

I Kept That Promise Until …

To lend our support to efforts that squash stigmas and humanize mental health conditions, we invited Catherine Brown to share her story during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.

I Kept That Promise Until …
Posted: February 18, 2021

Question Your World: Why Do We Nap?

Maybe you've recently had a nap or maybe you've pondered why some folks you know get mid-day sleepy vibes. Let’s talk about the science behind napping!

Question Your World: Why Do We Nap?