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Deep Space Atomic Clock

By Brian (Ruibo) Wu A sample of a deep space atomic clock was recently launched into space and is expected to become the most stable atomic clock ever built. The miniature atomic clock, which could be installed on future spacecraft or satellites, …

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India’s One Sided Trade War

By David Zhang India has been at China’s throat recently in retaliation for the skirmish at Galwan Valley, where Chinese forces captured and killed a group of Indian soldiers. This unprovoked attack reignited conflict between China and India, and India has been …

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Artificial Blood Cells

By David Zhang Blood is a key component of our body, composed of blood cells suspended in blood plasma which carry around oxygen for our body parts. However, this means that if too much is lost, or the blood is affected by …

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Biomusic: Emotions Expressed through Music

By Grace Ding Recently, a team of scientists at Toronto’s Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital tested a new interface they created to treat psychological problems. This instrument, which is called Biomusic, can tell the emotions of patients by applying sensors on their …

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SpaceX Hits a New Milestone

By Brian(Ruibo) Wu SpaceX is an American private space manufacturer and space transportation company. It is the first private enterprise to realize space discovery. Founded by Elon Musk in June 2002, SpaceX is headquartered in Hawthorne, California, USA, to reduce the cost …

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The Future of Video Conferencing

by Bo Wu Due to the fear of COV-19 spread around the world, most companies in the United States have asked their employees to work from home. The demand for video conferencing and collaboration tools has never been greater. Among all the video …

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