WR: February 13 – February 19

Accumulation of Effort Finally, finally, I have done what I have always wanted to do in ISM! ¬†For over a month I have been trying to meet my mentor, but one big obstacle stood in my path: the Children Hospital's Observer Program. However, finally, I have been able to meet my mentor. Here's what it…

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Fractures Out of all the conditions that occur in the skeletal system, fractures are the most common injury. A fracture is a split in the bone that opens the bone to its external environment. These fractures all have two general causes: traumatic, a large force impact or stress on the bone, or pathological, a medical…

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3D Printing Technology 3D printing is an amazing piece of technology that allows one to create an exact replica of an electronic model created on the computer. While it has become especially important in the past few years, the concept of a 3D printer started over 30 years ago. In 1980, a patent regarding 3D…

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The Study of Stem Cells Among all the recent, developing medical technology, stem cells are receiving the most global attention. This advanced technology is very effective in theory, yet they have not yet been approved for actual use. However, a few days ago I came across an article stating that a paralyzed man had recovered…

WR: February 6 – February 12

The Mistress Known as Stress I am not, by absolutely any means, a masochist. Yet this week, I don't know what came over me. *Clears throat* Ladies and Gentlemen, this week I had 4 major tests, 6 quizzes and chapter checks, an essay, and a 15-minute speech and presentation to prepare alongside it. Furthermore, 2…

WR: January 30 – February 5

All According to Plan (Hopefully) This week was full of planning. Planning for tomorrow. Planning for the coming week. Planning for the coming months. Planning for the tests I have to make up. While it may be tedious now, planning is necessary to proceed smoothly in The future. The main thing this week was my…