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Introducing...

Everyday discoveries are reported through journals. Journals are a great way to stay up to date on any topic - health, business, entertainment, science... Join our Journal Club to read, learn and, discuss current topics in STEM. Journal Club: How it works Each group chooses an article to read for Read more…

From PDB: A Video Challenge for High School Students

Protein Data Bank's molecule of the month: HIV glycoprotein. Recently, the RCSB Protein Data Bank (PDB) posted a video challenge for high school students on HIV/AIDS. Click for more information (you are leaving the National High School Journal of Science). image credit: http://scienceillustrated.com.au/blog/medicine/understanding-how-hiv-evolves-could-lead-to-a-vaccine/, shutterstock

Synthetic Meat?

Various proposals have been put forth to tackle the seemingly insurmountable task of ending world hunger. Though the causes of world hunger are still being debated, many argue that “people are hungry because they cannot afford food,” not because food is scarce.1 If healthy food were inexpensive, then it would Read more…

Ethical Issues

As the school year winds to a close, the staff here at NHSJS wishes to congratulate all of you on the successful completion of yet another school year.  I'm sure its been easy for some, tiring for others, but for all of us, the year has just flown by.  So Read more…

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