Intro to my interests- Michelle G

Hi! My name is Michelle G, I chose the biomedical pathway because the medicine and science field has aways captured my attention. There is never ending adventure you can find out one thing but then it leads you to another and you end up discovering something mind blowing and it feels like a chain, you... Continue Reading →

Covered up Mistakes – Morgan Gainer-Kendrick

In chapter 2 of Rigor Mortis I became very aware on how little mistakes can produce a largely different outcome. Many scientist follow safe and healthy procedures but can turn a blind eye to small mistakes. Still their research is published and they receive awards. However when another scientist wants to reproduce their experiment or... Continue Reading →

Rigor Mortis Intro/Chapter 1- Jenaya P.

I was reading Richard Harris intro of his book Rigor Mortis I came upon a very instering fact relating to disease treatments many offering just marginal benefits. (pg.3) " I had done a little reasearch on how many diseases or viruses are discovered durning different time periods. And it turns out according to workd health... Continue Reading →

Before You Show It -Karla Ru

Fetal development is a very specific topic with a lot of numbers for many different aspects. The basic facts of pregnancy is that it lasts about 9 months, and comes with a lot of physical changes in the mother’s body. It all starts with conception-also known as “The Birds and The Bees”- when vagina allows... Continue Reading →

Quite Spectacularly – Zane T.

Hallo there. Since last post we have had an exciting adventure into the outside world in which we explored civilization, gained new abilities, traveled to the land of finches and super-fluffy-cuddly-baby-bunnies-with-super-scary-yawns, and discovered astonishing materials of which we had never seen the like. Or something to that effect. In actuality, we went to Hancock Fabrics... Continue Reading →

Seas Design- Stephanie Perez

Hey so the seas team is back at it again! It is the start of a new week and so far we have determined our top 6 Interpreted needs, they included Versatility Relieve many types of foot pain Has all day support/cushion Stays cool/dry Durable and long lasting Meets foot sizing Regulations/ any regulations Now... Continue Reading →

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