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Welcome to my blog! I’m Pinyu, and I’m a Computational Biology student at Stanford University who aspires to be a biomedical scientist one day. On my blog, I hope to share my journey throughout college and explore the world of science, so be sure to look out for posts about school tips and advice, science news, and more!

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Heart Transplant

Donating Organs for Money: Ethical or Not?

Currently, there are around 114,000 people on the waiting list for an organ transplant in the United States alone, and everyday, 20 people die due to the lack of available organs for transplant. This is…

Person in Laboratory

From Food to Humans: Is Genetic Engineering Safe?

With a new age of technology, many controversies surround the issues of high-tech science that have a direct impact on our lives. An example of this includes GMOs, or Genetically Modified Organisms. As you may…

Elephant

Why Cloning Endangered Species Isn’t The Solution

Since 1970, the animal populations have declined around 60%. This is devastating as a decline in a species’ population could have a tremendous impact on the ecosystem. For example, a decline in bee populations could…

Surgery

The Problem With Healthcare Disparity in the US

For millions of Americans without healthcare insurance, the pandemic has been a devastating blow. In fact, the United States spends the most on healthcare compared to other developed nations. However, according to a paper by…

Graduation

Guide to Surviving High School (By Students!)

Ah, I can’t believe that I’m a seasoned upperclassman now! Well, as an experienced high schooler, there have definitely been MANY critical lessons I’ve learned the hard way. To help save you from the same…