Conversations with Saito Susumu: Saving the world from plasticsĀ 

Everyone knows that plastics are destroying the world. It's really no secret. Yet since the 1950s, when mass produced plastics started appearing everywhere from Tupperware to telephones, the amount of non-biodegradable, barely destructible plastics manufactured around the world has increased every year. In time, they won't only full landfills but also our streets. Microplastics already … Continue reading Conversations with Saito Susumu: Saving the world from plasticsĀ 

Conversations with Katriona Shea: Controlling Ebola outbreaks

Outbreaks of Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever - caused by the Ebola virus - have ravaged the African continent, garnered countless headlines, and stoked worldwide fears of its spread. In particular, the 2014 West Africa Ebola epidemic was the largest in history. Since then, the scientific community has moved to address the threat from different angles, ranging … Continue reading Conversations with Katriona Shea: Controlling Ebola outbreaks