Venezuela said in a press release that “Brazil has been misinformed regarding Venezuela’s knowledge high level classified information.” A representative from the Venezuelan delegation said the misinformation is disrupting productive talk. The Brazilian delegation said the allegations are all hearsay. According Stehpen Bodine, the Venezuelan press liaison, “We have spoken with Brazil and all parties… Read More Venezuela denies information breach
Kylie Qualls, a return volunteer for Reforest the Bluegrass, pictured above. by Travis Rains Healthy living does not stop at the individual, it expands to taking care of one’s community. Over the past 17 years Reforest the Bluegrass has worked to improve the quality of life of Kentucky residents by addressing issues like water quality… Read More Kentucky’s Roots in Reforestation
By Travis Rains Dr. Subbarao Bondada and his team of University of Kentucky graduate students, in partnership with Dr. Ramesh Gupta of the University of Louisville, are hoping to find a future treatment for blood cancers by studying a remedy that has existed for thousands of years. The herbal remedy extracted from the Winter Cherry… Read More Blood Cancer Combatants
Megan Ingros and Kacie Kelly talk supermassive black holes after a team of scientists from Osaka University and the University of Kentucky simulated a group of supermassive black holes, in a lab on campus, that formed 700 million years after the Big Bang. Featured image designed by Kacie Kelly and Megan Ingros.
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Join Bluecoast Live staffers Boyd Hayes, Ashtin Morgan, Cameron Owens and Laura Shrake as we discuss what to expect after graduation. We’re joined by the Career Center’s Beth Hanneman and graduating senior Jillian Waitkus.