Discovering a Resolution to Create a Revolution -Dignity B.

Throughout chapter ten of Rigor Mortis by, Richard Harris it is easy to decipher that biomedical literature isn’t reliable. ““How many trials of a billion dollars each can we do to refute a single claim out of the millions of claims that observational studies put forth?... We would need quintillions of dollars just to show... Continue Reading →

Who, What, Where, When and Why: Biomedical Science Conjoining with Money – Dignity B.

Throughout the preface and first chapter of Rigor Mortis By, Richard Harris, he describes many factors contributing to the halt in medical science. I was very surprised on the information that research projects usually start off with repeating an experiment but, two thirds of scientist trying to reproduce a study have trouble doing so. Every... Continue Reading →

Knitting Up a Storm – Sofia Hruby

In Stephanie’s previous blog post, Sensor VENTURA is now transitioning to Knit VENTURA.  Instead of creating a computer program incorporating the arduino board and a temperature and humidity sensor, Ms. Jo introduced us to a really neat and unique idea: yarn graffiti.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with yarn graffiti, it's a form... Continue Reading →

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