Progression Towards A Universal Communication Technology

Introduction All throughout the history of mankind, there has been an eternal human desire to communicate.  This thirst for improvement did not discriminate; it manifested itself in every human civilization. No matter what artificial divisions were imposed on people, this force bound everyone together in the pursuit of a common goal. The purpose of this paper is to identify what communication technology is truly universal. This technology would then achieve this common goal of all […]

Revolutionary Developments in Nanotechnology for Human Biology

Abstract This project centers on critically structuring some of the conceptual categories that comprise and have the promise to, in fact, define modern advances in what nanotechnology can do to the corporeal subject. By orienting regenerative medicine and tissue and stem-cell engineering as a locus of creative energy and imaginative study and locating certain imaging mechanisms, nanoparticles, and nanodevices as vessels integral to the functioning of that biomedical engineering ideal, the particulars of research that […]

A Consumer Ultrasound for Autonomous Heart Attack Detection

A Consumer Ultrasound for Autonomous Heart Attack Detection Pradyuman Mittal Tara Nash Patrick Murphy Stanford University  Abstract Every year, half of the 610,000 heart attack deaths in the United States are due to a lack of prompt medical attention. Currently, most technologies fail to fix the problem, as they simply take too long to be able to detect a heart attack in time. Either the biomarkers they track spike in delayed reactions or the device is not capable […]

The Imperative Need to Consider the Bioethics of CRISPR-Cas9 Technology

  Jihee Yoon University High School, CA   Abstract The CRISPR-Cas9 technology is the latest and most controversial gene editing technology available today. It allows for precise editing of DNA, which is also known as the genetic code of the human body. While CRISPR seems to possess great potential to solve genetic mutations, ethicists and researchers still believe this technology should not be applied as of now due to its insufficient experimentation, significant consent limitations, […]

Secondary Structure Changes caused by ADAR Protein in the Development of ALS, Leukemia, and Schizophrenia

By Kavya Anjur Metea Valley High School, IL Abstract This experiment compared specific protein sequences affected by the misediting  of  ADAR  which then  resulted in specific misalignments on the protein’s structure and folding. The information was analyzed for relationships between different mutations to help regulate genes and prevent diseases such as ALS, leukemia, and schizophrenia related to the misediting  of the ADAR protein. The sequences of the GluA2 Isoforms, PTPN6 protein, and 5-HT(2C) protein were […]