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Consumer Electronics: An Addiction or Necessity?
By Ruhi Parikh

In this day and age, people ranging from all generations have somehow been sucked into the black hole of consumer electronics.   Read More

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Seven Books for Disability Pride Month
By Kailey Blount

Although creating inclusive environments is a year round job, July is a time where our able-bodied society puts disability at the forefront of cultural conversation.   Read More

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CRISPR-Cas9 and the Medical Field
By Taliyah Jarrett

CRISPR-Cas9 can be used for a multitude of medical procedures. For example, scientists can strengthen the immune system of a chemotherapy patient, allowing the immune system to not deteriorate.   Read More

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Silicon Valley pioneer shares employment strategies, addresses gender bias
By Lydia Snow

The device on which you're reading this article is most likely protected and encrypted by technology tracing back to Dr. Carolyn Turbyfill, the inventor of modern firewall appliances.   Read More

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Five Everyday Inventions that were Patented and/or Created by Women
By Taliyah Jarrett

Marie van Brittan Brown started her career as a nurse, while her husband worked as an electronics technician.   Read More

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The Digital Alternative
By Lydia Snow

How one woman, despite the challenges of motherhood, inspires involvement in wildlife conservation - through data interpretation leadership   Read More