Science

SUS to host case competition to solve the world's health problems

an hour agoOn January 18, undergraduate students will participate in the Science Case Competition hosted by the Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) and SCI Team, where they will research and devise solutions for a global health crisis.

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If you want better grades, start exercising more often

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10 books on science that'll make you really fun at parties

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