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New HIV Treatments

Trevor Leong, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017

Filed under Science

Even after 30 years of research, we still don’t have an entirely effective HIV vaccine. Recently, however, scientists have developed a new HIV vaccine that is currently under clinical testing for FDA approval. The trial, dubbed...

Why did the Titanic Sink? Not Just an Iceberg, Journalist Claims

Jessica Guo, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017

Filed under Science

The RMS Titanic sank more than 100 years ago, killing more than 1500 people in a terrible tragedy.It usually is agreed upon that what doomed the ship hailed as "unsinkable" was simply a high-speed collision with an iceberg. This...

Tumblr Hacked…Again

Tumblr Hacked…Again

January 2, 2017

IBM’s Watson Finds New Genes Linked To ALS

Priya Mukhi, Staff Writer

January 2, 2017

Filed under Science

On December 14th, the IBM Watson Health and Barrow Neurological Institute announced that new genes linked to ALS have been found. Researchers at Barrow were able to make this groundbreaking discovery using Watson, IBM’s supercomp...

A “Periodic” Change

A “Periodic” Change

December 20, 2016

Three Ward Melville Students Named Siemens Semifinalists

Jessica Guo and Samuel Kim

December 8, 2016

Filed under Science

Three seniors attending Ward Melville High School, Brandon Feng, Kirti Nath, and Nestor Tkachenko have been recognized as semifinalists in the 2016 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology, a prestigious science research ...

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