Graduate students Jimmy Negus, Ignacio Tripodi, and Kira Cozzolino describe their research only using the 1,000 most common English words.
Graduate students Tom Aunins, Kaitlin McCreery and Max Levy describe their research only using the 1,000 most common English words.
Graduate students Kelsie Anson, Graycen Wheeler, and Adrian Ramirez try and explain their research using ONLY the ten hundred most common English words! It’s the Ten-Hundred Word Challenge: Biochemical edition!
Can graduate students Gretchen Geibel and Aroob Abdelhamid describe their research using ONLY the 1000 must common English words?
Science Buffs’ writers Zach Decker and Willow Reed describe their research only using the 1,000 most common English words.
Aggie Mika writes about fear changing our brains, and Paul Muhlrad writes about tiny worm sperm.
Our writers take a crack at simplifying their research on how immune cells target and kill cancer cells, and why muscle proteins have been found in brain and ear cells.
Can graduate students Jaimee Hoefert, Amanda Grennell, and Alison Gilchrist explain their research in ONLY the most common 1000 words?