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Generation Kill

Kyle M. Loh May 27, 2010 0

Who decides who it's "right" to kill someone? Today, is it the scientist, not the racist? Are we using science to invent new reasons why we should kill new groups of people? We did

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Thought high school was bad? Check out the peer pressure of cancer cells.

Kyle M. Loh May 7, 2010 0

When Anakin Skywalker turns to the Dark Side of the Force, who's responsible? Granted, Padawan Skywalker is not the sharpest tool in the shed, and has his fair share of teenage emotional problems (dreaming

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Halo Reach? Better reach farther.

Kyle M. Loh May 4, 2010 0

The Halo: Reach multiplayer beta was recently released yesterday to the public, on Monday May 3rd. Undoubtedly, there is tremendous anticipation on how it’ll hold up – the Halo franchise is one of the

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To be or not to be – that is the question

Kyle M. Loh April 27, 2010 0

"To be or not to be – that is the question" – Prince Hamlet, Hamlet Act III by Shakespeare (c. 1600)     The more that we study nature, it appears that nature never

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Simon says turn this gene off. Now, Simon says, “turn this gene on”!

Kyle M. Loh April 18, 2010 0

One of the most fundamental tenets of cell biology is turning genes on and off. Gene expression regulation is primary to all cell processes; in order to perform their “jobs” in the body, cells

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Beta-Cells Wanted! Looking For … Alpha-Cells.

Kyle M. Loh April 16, 2010 0

The devastating diseases of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are caused by perturbations in glucose metabolism homeostasis. Given the recent “diabetes epidemic” caused by increasing changes in Western lifestyle, the need for diabetes

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Kyle M. Loh

Kyle M. Loh April 16, 2010 0

Kyle M. Loh is a senior at Rutgers University, graduating in May 2010 with a Bachelor's in Cell Biology & Neuroscience. He has been accepted to Stanford University School of Medicine for PhD studies

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Got Life?

Kyle M. Loh April 10, 2010 0

“Death, a metabolic affliction causing total shutdown of all life functions, has long been considered humanity’s number one health concern. Responsible for 100 percent of all recorded fatalities worldwide, the condition has no cure.”

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