Hellen Luo (hellen-luo)email@example.com
Hellen Luo (‘24) is a Science writer. She loves to write about earth science, astronomy, and neuroscience. During her leisure time, she enjoys spending time drawing digitally and reading science research publications.
Stuyvesant’s new science elective Science and Society, taught by Kristyn Pluchino, offers juniors and seniors a course where they can acquire the skills to interpret society’s impact on science and vice versa as well as evaluate the ethics and morals of science in history and the present.
One of the most devastating nuclear accidents in human history took place at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant on March 11, 2011. Ten years later, the management of the resulting radioactive wastewater remains an unsettled controversy throughout much of the globe.
The main cause of brain overload is fairly simple: our brains only have a limited capacity to store a certain amount of information at once. Experts and researchers have suggested a number of ways to improve the brain’s ability to process and handle information.