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Idea Tree

There are lots of different types of evolution-type trees out there. Since everything evolves over time, it seems to make sense. It would be really cool, though, to be able to look back at where the greatest ideas of our … Continue reading

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Population Problems

In immunology, different cells can be identified based on specific markers. The problem is knowing exactly which markers separate the population you’re looking for from all the other cells that could be in there. That’s where it would be helpful … Continue reading

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Melting Pot

I think it’s safe to say that everyone has experienced insecurity at some point in their life about their physical appearance. If not – go you! We could all use more self-confidence. That’s why I would love to see a … Continue reading

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Chutes and Ladders

If you haven’t seen it already, you should check out VW’s fantastic site, The Fun Theory, a website “dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behaviour for the better.” I … Continue reading

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Green Bucks

It is common knowledge that a hindrance to healthy eating in the US is the “cheap and convenient factor” of fast food – and it’s costing us a lot! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cite that approximately … Continue reading

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A different vein into the blood market

How did you find out that you could donate blood? Generally there’s a blood drive at school or work, sometimes one of your parents gives, or maybe you’ve received a transfusion and now know the value of giving. From our … Continue reading

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Mothers’ Day Microsite

I am way tardy with this post, as Mothers’ Day was back on May 8, but on the bright side, that gives the idea more potential to come to life in 2012! Many adults today, like me, live miles (if … Continue reading

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