During war, people from an array of disciplines, including chemists, clinicians, engineers, and pharmacologists, are enlisted to speed production of so-called wartime drugs. A common belief is that war stimulates the advancement of medicine, and justly so, seeing how governments pour billions of dollars into medical research as war increases the amount of individuals in need of healing.
Missed our recruitment meeting last week? Come to our first writer’s meeting of the year this Wednesday, October 5 from 8 to 9pm in International House Asante Classroom. All are welcome! […]
According to Katherine Ott, curator in the Science, Medicine, and Society Division of the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, “[t]he material and social tales of prosthetics provide a more intimate and compelling history of embodied technology than any postmodern cyborg can account for: from the ivory, leather […]
By Marlysa Thomas Contributing Writer 1. Methodology 1.1. Purpose This research seeks to examine child trafficking in Ghana: cultural perception, various forms, and why it occurs so frequently. Furthermore, it […]
By Sarah McCracken Contributing Writer Abstract: This paper examines the effect of the Pinochet regime in Chile on the poor, using arpilleras as a source of visual history on the […]
By Megan Magee Staff Writer Introduction Migration from Mexico to the United States has undergone several phases and dramatic transitions, each with an accompanying political policy and geographic, environmental, and […]