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The year 2014 has been an outbreak year for science, with the spread of the Ebola virus and the threat of it spreading worldwide scientist found proteins that blocks both HIV and Ebola release , also a possible cure for cancer in the form of a measles vaccine and a way to burst cancer cells using nanobubbles. Through many interesting articles, I found a very interesting article from Science Daily that made me curious with the title. As a result of making the automated DNA sequencer, I realized we had to bring into biology scientists of all flavors, not only biologists but also chemists and computer scientists and engineers and mathematicians and physicists. Daniel H, the author of the Hope Project and Jane J lee the author of National Geographic news both agree with in the news

At work, I shared some of the latest news with other interested people in our department and before long we had our own science group going and had many stimulating discussions during our breaks and lunch periods. The first article from BBC News that was published on 15th of December, says that the Arctic held up its ice volume in 2014. For now, Johnson told Science News, his team’s near-term priority is tracking smallish pieces of space in the news

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If one knows English, one can read the news and points of views of several writers around the globe, by doing so one can expand his knowledge, and get a broader outlook on the surroundings, and to look at issues with a broader perspective. The disease-targeting embryo edit at Oregon Health & Science University signals a path for those rare situations where the genes really are life-threatening,” says Harvard bioethicist Robert Truog.

Undergraduate and graduate students have the chance to learn from world-class faculty utilizing state-of-the art resources in the highly ranked educational setting of the College of Science. This will gauge the reading level of the First Year students so that the school, especially the teachers can identify who among the students are non-readers or has poor reading in the news