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Bob Bain, Adding 14 Billion Years to Student’s Education in History: The Case for Big History

The Big History Project is a course that takes high school students on a journey from the Big Bang to the Future. It was created because of...

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Vicki L. Ellingrod, Through the Precision Health Looking Glass: How Medication Response May Rely on What’s in Your Genes

Choosing the right medication for someone is often based on prescriber preference and not what might be most effective for the patient. This...

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Cristina Bares, Genes and the Environment: How the Environment Gets Under the Skin

As we learn more information about how the genome works, we are also finding out that some environments may turn on certain genetic...

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Marisa Eisenberg, Math in the Time of Cholera: Mathematical Modeling in Public Health

Can mathematics help us understand, predict, and control infectious disease spread? Mathematical modeling is a rapidly growing area of...

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Amy Cohn, Engineering and Healthcare: Working Together to Deliver Better Care

What do you get when you combine students, faculty, and practitioners from medicine, nursing, engineering, public health, and more working...

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Katherine W. Bauer, It’s All Mom’s Fault: What do we really know about the influence of parenting on children’s eating and obesity

Parents are told many things they should be doing to ensure their children have good nutrition and avoid becoming obese. Don’t let...