We have recently published an article about Katerina Šulková, a young scientist from the Czech Republic who has worked across Europe in laboratories. Today, I will be talking about having a translator as apart of my process, and how I have had to translate things on my own, tying into the larger idea of me taking on multiple roles. Continue reading
Hi everyone! Because of Westtown having a visiting poet, I decided to take the opportunity to interview and converse with her, and write a little mini-biography on her. (Along with updates on my work.)
Toluwanimi Oluwafunmilayo Obiwole is a Nigerian-born, Colorado-raised visual and performance artist, educator, and organizer. At Westtown, she went by Toluwa.Continue reading
Medicine in the Early 20th Century Part 1
During the last decade of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the world witnessed many advances in the medical field, especially the integration of modern technology into diagnosis and treatment. Classical patient history taking and physical examination were met with new technologies to diagnose various medical conditions. Continue reading
We received cells the 4th a carried out the initial culturing protocol established. We incubated the medium in the 37 degrees 5% CO2 incubator for about 20 minutes in order to let it reach the necessary temperature. We thawed the vile of cells and carried out the remained of the steps in a sterile hood.
In this post, I plan to share part one of my research on the emergence of Communism in Czechoslovakia, covering the establishment of Czechoslovakia in 1918 to the rise of communist ideals and policies in the 1960s.
“Political union” of Czechs and Slovaks after WWI was feasible because the two ethnic groups were very much related in their language, religion, and general culture. Continue reading
Since my last blog post, there has been A LOT going on. However, I regret to inform you all that most of the events in the past couple weeks are not positive. Now, we must keep in mind that this is a biology project which means that there is going to be plenty of room for error in the experiment.
In this blog, I would like to provide updates on the M3 Challenge and my research project in Abstract Algebra for Chester County Science Fair. Then, I will introduce the RSA Algorithm, the most used information encryption algorithm in the world and how it relates to my project.Continue reading
I’ve been struggling to breathe recently: masks can be suffocating. I’ve just been putting on the face of the perfect CEO who has the best website, the best social media page, and the best articles. But the reality is that I have been exhausted recently. Additionally, I have been talking to other non-profits who are huge So what do I do? So It seems as if I have been fakin’ it till’ I’m makin’ it in two ways: pretending I am not tired and pretending we are a bigger organization. Continue reading
Over spring break, I had the opportunity to visit a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) clinic in Xi’an opened by a friend of my parents. After my research and blog post on medicine in China in the Late Modern Era, I wanted to see how TCM has adapted to the modern world in which Western Medicine is dominating, pushing TCM aside as “Alternative Medicine.” Continue reading
~ 19th Century Europe ~
In the 19th century, western medicine experienced major changes and advancements because of the industrialization and urbanization that created both ideal condition for various diseases to break out as well as the opportunity for the discovery of new medical knowledge and development of new treatment methods. Continue reading