Six days of work. Six STEAMy articles to work your mind. Check in each week for news from the previous week. These articles will satisfy your curious mind.
Firstly, MIT finds that NIH grants drive private-sector biomedicine industry.
Subsequently, Stanford’s XLab is developing an atoms-thick improvement to earthly and space-bound nano-devices.
Thirdly, Harvard SEAS, along with Oxford University and Reading University find phytoplankton blooms growing under thinning Arctic ice.
In addition, Yale University researchers find that participating in a marathon may lead to short-term kidney injuries.
Also, Cal-Tech teams met to plan and design Lunarport– a deep-space launch-and-supply base.
Lastly, NWA’s Straight Outta Compton among those selected to be preserved this year by the Library of Congress.
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