Science Weekly: Creativity is all about connections

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Researchers from Duke University and the University of Padova have hammered another nail into the right-brain creativity myth. They suggest that the increased communication of both hemispheres is what helps […]

All-female STEM conference blazes trail for women in STEM

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Weber State University transformed from college campus to STEM central on March 31, while over 400 high school girls, volunteers and mentors flooded the campus for the first ever all-female […]

Science Weekly: Getting rid of guesswork in depression treatment

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A new blood test might help to eliminate the trial-and-error game that physicians currently play while prescribing antidepressants to those suffering from depression. Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, lead researcher from UT […]

How to escape a sinking ship

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Failure isn’t inherently bad, but it comes with consequences. And in an academic setting, where money and time are involved, the consequences can be long-lasting. If you can tell in […]

WSU students step outside of the classroom, look inmates in the eyes

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Most days in class are routine and predictable, which is why the days when the course breaks away from traditional lecture become the most educational and memorable for students. That […]

SheTech, first all-female STEM conference debuts at Weber

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The United States Department of Labor reported in 2016 that 57 percent of women participated in the workforce, and that women make up nearly half of the entire workforce. Despite […]