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Opinion: Gun violence should be addressed through research

Opinion: Gun violence should be addressed through research

Miles Ozorio, Scot Scoop Editor

April 20, 2019

Parkland was a year ago. Sandy Hook was more than six. Schools do not seem any safer. Nowhere does. Lockdown drills always get us out of class for ten minutes, but still, for most Americans, it is just a waiting game, hoping they are not in the next unlucky group to be involved in a mass sh...

CRISPR research promises to save lives

CRISPR research promises to save lives

Amelia Espinosa, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

Many scientists believe that Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR), a new way to edit genes, may someday be able to cure cancer, prevent autism, and stop AIDS. On March 8, at a Carlmont science guest lecture, Rachel Haurwitz, the president and CEO of Caribou Biosciences,...

Friends of Millard Fillmore face lack of competition

Friends of Millard Fillmore face lack of competition

Sherilyn Kuo, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017

In less than a week, Carlmont students will be giving up their weekend and coming on campus to participate in a three-day trivia scavenger hunt.   This scavenger hunt is a competition planned by the leaders of the Carlmont Friends of Millard Fillmore (FOMF) Club, and usually includes schools from San...

Science lecture introduces students to Impossible Foods

Science lecture introduces students to Impossible Foods

Hannah Young, Staff Writer

November 22, 2015

To eat meat or not to eat meat? That is the question that began to plague biotechnologist Chris Davis as his team at Impossible Foods researched the world's most destructive industry: animal farming. "People like meat because it tastes good. It's a part of our lives," said Davis. "There's even a social connotation with meat and good living nowadays." Unfortunately, more than 30 percent of...

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