Going Green to Prevent Breast Cancer: The Effect of Epigallocatechin Gallate on Tumor Growth in Planaria

By: Ellia Sweeney Many people struggle with breast cancer, and while there is no cure, there are several studies being done on everyday substances that are believed to contribute to preventing the growth of cancerous tumors. Yet currently, many studies remain inconclusive. New carcinogens are found every year, as are new substances believed to fight the carcinogens. Green tea is …

Design and Optimization of Portable, High Energy Quantum-Nuclear Reactor

By: Aakash Sunkari Nuclear reactors are a promising source of clean energy due to their high energy output and capacity. Operating on either principles of nuclear fission (“splitting the atom”) or nuclear fusion (“fusing the atom), nuclear reactors are currently the only alternative source of energy that can compete with fossil fuels in the long run – other clean sources …