Scientists can use 3D tissue cultures to study cancer cells - and learn how to stop them.

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First year Cognitive Neuroscience PhD student

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My research consists of sequencing and analyzing patients’ genetic information to figure out what could cause a certain disease.

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Scientists can use GWAS results to learn all kinds of things about you from your genes. One day, doctors may even use this information to personalize your medical care.

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There are a lot of studies that talk about the health benefits of breakfast. But some of them require a closer look. They don’t necessarily show that breakfast causes good health.

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People can act in racist ways or make racist comments without consciously meaning to. Thankfully, your brain contains the machinery necessary to correct implicit racial biases. All it takes is a little mental effort!

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By studying lake mud, scientists can go back in time to a lake’s natural state. This helps them understand how human activity and environmental change have impacted the lake over time.

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Remember the dermal regenerators Commander Riker used on Star Trek? Just wave it over a skin wound for instant healing! Well, real-world scientists are working on similar devices that use sound waves.

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An open house for the general public and a symposium for students in Grades 9-12, organized by the Let’s Talk Science Outreach site at Queen’s University. Learn how field biologists study evolution, ecology and animal behaviour!

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Why is #throwbackthursday so popular? Maybe it’s because nostalgia can make you feel happier, friendlier and warmer!

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