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Posts From Hannah Geller

Retracing Millions of Steps: Investigating the transcriptional dynamics of mouse organogenesis

Retracing Millions of Steps: Investigating the transcriptional dynamics of mouse organogenesis

It is not too difficult to see how an organism develops on a macro scale. Depending on the subject, it can be as simple as placing an embryo in a petri dish and peering at it through a microscope every

Science in the Spotlight: Sawbones

Science in the Spotlight: Sawbones

There are many things we take for granted in this modern age: the ability to communicate with almost anyone anywhere in seconds, non-animal powered transportation, and medicine that rarely involves leeches. It took us a while to get here. Along

Documentary Review: One Small Step For A Woman

Documentary Review: One Small Step For A Woman

As the string ensemble emerges, we’re treated to familiar footage: the shadow of the lunar module gliding across the pockmarked surface of the moon, men in white button-downs with eyes glued to the consoles in front of them, and finally,

What’s Causing that Cough?

What’s Causing that Cough?

Chances are, you’ve had a respiratory infection. From the common cold to strep throat, these infections run the gamut from mild inconveniences to near-deadly for vulnerable individuals. While viral respiratory infections are common, there aren’t any simple, inexpensive diagnostic tests