A Simulation of the Transitory Light Curve of Theoretical Geometric Extraterrestrial Megastructures

Henry Manelski Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School, Rumson, New Jersey Mentor: Mrs. Foster/Mr. Pennetti   Abstract One of the first and most profound questions humanity has ever collectively asked is: Are we alone? While there are many ways scientists have approached answering this question, this method involves determining the geometry of an object, and in turn whether it is naturally occurring or not, solely based on the slope of the light curve during transit. […]

Do drugs increase the risk of dementia?

Do drugs increase the risk of dementia? A Guest Post by Kamil Riaz   Introduction One of the most feared medical conditions among aging citizens is undoubtedly dementia, especially Alzheimer's disease. With the continuous awareness programs regarding Alzheimer's, people know that there is no specific treatment for it and the only way they can keep themselves safe is through prevention. Recently, New York Post published an article with the headline “Over-the-counter pills could raise risk of […]

Devising Smart Vision (SRVI) To Aid the Visually Impaired

TAEHYUN LIM, ETHAN BISWURM KEYWORDS. Visually Impaired, Smart Technology, Walking Stick, Harmonious Haptic Technology, and SrVi. ABSTRACT. Out of the 285 million people who are visually impaired worldwide, a majority of them are burdened with relying on archaic walking sticks and guidance dogs. Although countless smart solutions are offered for users without disabilities, there is a certain lack of user-friendly technology for people who are visually impaired. With the help of Harmonious Haptic Technology, use […]