“Baby Brain”. “Pregnancy Brain”. “Momnesia”. Hindered cognitive function during and after pregnancy: is this a real phenomenon, or a misconstrued... Read More
DANIEL LUSK | BLOGGER | SQ ONLINE (2018-19) Welcome to Winter quarter, a very special time at UC San Diego. In... Read More
MADELEINE YU | BLOGGER | SQ ONLINE (2016–17)   When one hears the phrase “drug addiction”, many images come to mind.... Read More
I’ve been watching a lot of Planet Earth lately (thank goodness for Netflix), and I started to realize that I do a lot of blogs about animals. Read More
...Three mako sharks secretly genetically engineered to have enlarged brains for experimentation, but instead the sharks use their superior intellect to shepherd the personnel through the facility. Read More
Sugar! Sugar! Don’t we all need some sweet donuts and milk tea on this fair day? Maybe you woke up this morning craving some Oreos and Sour Patch Kids? Are you feeling fatigued by the never-ending research projects or the frustrating lab reports? Me too. That is why we will be talking about the most common binge eating / coping food item: sugar. Read More
I read the other day that they found water on Mars—not evidence of historical waterflow or frozen deposits at the poles, but nasty, briny water at the equator. Read More
Nothing beats Victor Frankenstein for talking about questionable surgeries on the human body, but remember that “Frankenstein” was the name of the creator, not the monster! Read More