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

From Classroom to Computer – A Look at Remote (STEM) Education

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