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Researchers are working around the clock to learn more about COVID-19 while attempting to share information in real-time. Rolling out sat down with Calethia Hodges, CEO of Infinite Clinical Trials, to get some real answers about the novel coronavirus compared to the flu. We also asked Hodges to clear up speculation about blood type having…

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According to a newly published article in the journal Transgender Health, medical researchers have played around with biology and given a transgender woman the ability to produce breast milk. The patient was born a man and has not had gender reassignment surgery, but had been “receiving feminizing hormone therapy for the past six years.” The…

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Dr. Karen Hypolite is a successful author, chemistry professor, science education researcher, advocate and innovator. She is a professor at Kennesaw State University and the author of Think. Create. Innovate. – S.T.E.M, The Ultimate Guide to Success in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for 21st Century Skills. Dr. Hypolite has even facilitated an independently organized…

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Blending science, substance, and style, Jennifer Stimpson makes science a wonderful learning experience for students. Her love for science was fostered while growing up in a household with parents who were pharmacists. Stimpson and her younger sister (who is also a scientist), learned the impact science had on society.

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Kunbi Tinuoye launched her website UrbanGeekz in 2015. Here, she shares why she wanted to be a part of a growing trend of journalists taking media onto their own platforms. Why did you choose this subject? UrbanGeekz is a groundbreaking African American, Latino, and multicultural digital news platform focused on technology, science and business. The…

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To Shadeed Abdul-Salaam, the May 7 Spring Festival is simply a milestone, a culmination of years of dedicated community service, mentoring young talent and encouraging healthy living and lifestyles. Abdul-Salaam, Morehouse College class of 2000 and currently president of Morehouse Alumni Association in Atlanta, just happened to spot some property two miles from his residence in…

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Science. Technology. Engineering. Math. Also known as STEM, it’s a program that concentrates education on science and math in order to ensure that today’s youth will have an ample supply of students who are ready to take on jobs in fields that involve the sciences. The goal is to raise future generations in our country…

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Xiaolian, 22, has made headlines around the world after doctor’s reconstructed a new nose on his forehead using the skin from his forehead. After the Chinese man’s nose was permanently damaged from infection that occurred after an automobile accident, surgeons in China  decided to “grow” a second nose on the man’s forehead to replace the…

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On this Saturday, Sept. 21, the Dallas Arboretum will dedicate and open the much-anticipated Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden, the spectacular result of nearly two decades of nationwide research. The iconic Dallas Arboretum unveils its $62 million Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden, a sprawling eight-acre interactive garden designed specifically to address state and national science…

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Researchers may not have their hands on a cure for herpes quite yet, but one specific molecule has researchers wondering if it is strong enough to fight off the virus. Curtin University scientists designed a study to target potential drugs for the herpes simplex virus. “The main problem is the drugs are not working well…

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Gadgets such as iPads and other tablets have made the world of learning a lot more interactive and fun. In the classrooms or at home, kids can learn simple skills such as phonics, addition or read books and learn about science and the world around them.  The following interactive apps that are great for little…

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