A scientist creates the first artificial creature, a feat once impossible, but leads to the connection between the forces of nature… and chaos. “I’ve bloody done it.” I’ve done it. I’ve really done it. In the sparkling white lab with marbled floors, filled with cutting-edge technology and not a speck of dust in the air, … Continue reading Homunculus
An in-depth neuroscience look into why taking notes on paper is better for students. By Shreya Mantripragada With the rise of remote and online learning, numerous students now rely on digital devices to take notes and retain information. This, however, is detrimental to the learning process as taking notes on digital devices, unlike the paper-pen … Continue reading The Pen is Mightier than the Keyboard
Looking deeper at how tests work and whether they’re beneficial in assessing what a student does or does not know As you sit down and receive a blank test, you feel confident in your ability to do well. After all, the hours of reviewing you did last night would have to ensure that you get … Continue reading Testing Might Not be The Best Method
Exploring the pros and cons behind psychiatric treatments in addition to the development of the wirelessly charged brain implant to treat the same.
Discussing the psychology behind science denialism and its impact on MVHS. To some of us, science is simply a fact, but to others, science is something people can choose whether or not to believe. While the scientific method involves careful experimentation and data analysis, and the process of publication of peer-reviewed journals ensures that scientific … Continue reading The Science Behind Science Denial
A breakdown of NASA’s Artemis plan and the components involved, as well as input as to how students can get involved.
The effects of remote learning on STEM education, the relevance of math and computer science in higher education, and the Monta Vista social climate The pandemic has changed teaching and learning styles alike. Every day, Dr. Sanjeev Bhojraj, Alumni Professor of Asset Management at Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School, logs online to teach over four … Continue reading From Classroom to Computer – A Look at Remote (STEM) Education
Humanity’s eyes are opened to behold the universe in a new light. June 16, 2015 - Kennedy Space Center, Earth “I still can’t believe this,” Robert Knox exasperated. “Of course it’s possible, but this soon?” Knox was a young, yet determined man, whose curiosity knew no bounds. He was the head of the biochemistry department … Continue reading Gaea
The effects of eating disorders and the power of self-love. By: Divya Venkataraman
How is chemistry contributing to the fight against climate change?