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4 Great Tips For Starting An Advanced Scientific Project

As of 2016, there were approximately 9,550 biochemistry degrees awarded to college students. If you’re attempting to get a degree in a scientific field, you’re probably already well aware of how much time and effort is required. Not only do you have to study, perform various field practices, and stress yourself out beyond belief, you’ll […]

3 Common Mistakes Students Make Within the Scientific Community

The United States holds an estimated 45% of the global pharmaceutical market. Working as a pharmacist can be one of the most rewarding and lucrative jobs in the country, and this position certainly isn’t going away. In fact, job growth for pharmacists is actually projected to increase by 3% by 2024. If you’re currently in […]

3 Great Tips For Becoming a Better Researcher

It typically takes eight years of college education to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (Pharm.D.) and become a pharmacist. Whether you’re planning on going through all that schooling to work in the pharmaceutical industry or just want to improve the “Special Skills” section of your resume, you’re going to need to know how to […]

“Gravel Devils” Spotted in Andes Mountains

You’re familiar with dust devils. You might have even heard of water devils, too, but gravel devils? For people living in or near the Andes Mountains, it turns out this isn’t an unusual sight. Grab your scientific notebook and let’s get started. We’re going to learn more about this amazing phenomenon and what causes it […]

An Excavation Team in Egypt Has Discovered Another Ancient Pyramid

An excavation team working near the Dahshur royal necropolis has made an exciting discovery! There aren’t a lot of details about the ancient pyramid, but some of the facts we do know include: •    The structure was discovered near King Sneferu’s pyramid in the south of Cairo, a burial site for high-ranking officials. •    The […]

The Brain’s Hot Zone and What It Means to Your Dreams

“Nothing happens unless first we dream,” Carl Sandburg is quoted as saying.  Dreaming and why we dream is one of science’s great unanswered questions. It’s also a source of fascination for most of us. We wonder endlessly about what our dreams mean, and it often has us questioning who we are and our very purpose. […]

You’ll Never Believe What NASA’s New Discoveries Reveal

New reports from NASA, including a recent announcement, show just how far science is taking us in the search for life. Evidence of new ocean worlds and water on planets thought previously to be devoid of life are demonstrating just how far we’ve come, but what do these ocean worlds really tell us? Grab your […]