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June 21, 2019

"When we're looking for solutions to complex problems, we often find that nature has already done the job far more elegantly and efficiently.”  — Associate Professor Adrian Dyer, RMIT University (Melbourne)

The world is full of intricacies and mysteries left unexplored. On the subject of nature and the capacity of potential in organisms, it is fascinating to be able to discover the connections that...

February 28, 2018

You might recall the phrase “Practice makes perfect.” That phrase relates to muscle memory, considering practice means repetitive actions. Your muscles don’t remember the movement, but your brain does. Memory is the process of taking in new knowledge by learning new information, resulting in the changes in your behaviour because of an increase of understanding and skill (Hebert, 2018). Dancers can...

February 15, 2018

Love is a very complicated matter that is usually overlooked in our society today. While some take love for granted and abuse its meaning, the real question everyone comes by when they’re attracted to someone is, “How do I know if I’m in love?” Little did we know, being in love actually affects our brain, our body, as well as the way we act.


First of all, being in love impacts our brai...

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