Taking an incomplete

Drexel can be particularly stressful. With its fast-paced 10-week quarter system on top of co-op and extracurriculars, it can be difficult to find the time for all the homework and midterms that professors pile on.… Continued

On brain scans

Is it possible for a brain scan to tell whether a criminal committed a crime knowingly or unknowingly? Brain scan technology has come a long way since the first ever CAT scans in the early… Continued

On emissions

Unless you’ve spent your whole life living on the International Space Station, you probably know that cars emit toxic gases. These gases include carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide, as well as… Continued

On nuclear waste

Sometimes, science seems too good to be true. When I first heard that scientists had found a way to convert nuclear waste into diamond batteries that last hundreds or potentially thousands of years, I was… Continued

On gluten

A new product has burst onto the market for anyone who eats a gluten free diet. It’s called Nima, and in less than three minutes it can confidently detect whether or not there’s gluten present… Continued

On whitehouse.gov

In the age of digitalization and social media, science is available to everyone — at least, that was the case until Donald Trump took office. Just hours after Trump’s inauguration, word got out that several… Continued