Julia Eve Napolitano

Class of 2018

Articles

  • SciTech Briefs

    Genetic risk for second cancer in pediatric patients

    SciTech | April 10, 2017
  • Society of Toxicology holds annual meeting

    Last week, at the Society of Toxicology’s annual meeting in Baltimore, MD, several companies joined the folds to improve chemical analysis to determine effects on human health without relying on animal testing.

    Animal testing is and always will be a very controversial issue. Often, debate surrounds the morality, necessity, and application of animal testing.

    SciTech | March 27, 2017
  • Stress is the body’s physical reaction to disturbing stimuli

    At Carnegie Mellon, stress is a conversation starter. When we have a lot of exams and homework, we feel stressed. When we say you feel stressed, scientifically, what do we mean? Stress is a concept independent of time and age.

    SciTech | March 6, 2017
  • Terrorism research at Carnegie Mellon focuses on objectivity

    Defining terrorism is often difficult and vague, especially because people consider it to mean different things. One man’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter, after all. Oftentimes, it is even more difficult to separate fact from political agenda. Terrorism is generally thought to be the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. ...

    SciTech | February 27, 2017
  • SciTech Briefs

    New test detects Ebola quickly

    Scientists are currently developing a new test that has the potential to rapidly detect Ebola, the virus that causes a number of potentially fatal symptoms, including fever, vomiting, diarrhea and internal bleeding.

    SciTech | February 13, 2017