Universalising Leading Healthcare Budgeting Systems by Applying Supervised Machine Learning Through Integrating Recurrent Neural Networks

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  Abstract: Globally, inadequate healthcare funding has catalysed severe effects, demonstrating the extensive issues raised by inefficient spending. Consequently, this study’s principal objective is to universalise leading health care systems by examining different countries’ data, such as population and number of hospital beds, with linear regression analysis. This research focuses on extrapolating the funding principles […]

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Cosmological Origins and Evidence of Antimatter

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Shivam Dixit, Mallya Aditi International School, [email protected] Abstract – This paper aims to outline and analyze changes in the state of antimatter through the formation of the universe, exploring the relevant stages of cosmological history to study baryon asymmetry. Theoretical models which explain or address the observed phenomena of antimatter are explored. Finally, this paper […]

The Psychological effect of COVID-19 on Health Professionals

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By: Dhanya Janga and Tanishka Aglave Abstract Jobs in the healthcare industry are inherently stressful positions with lives constantly on the line. Just like the rest of the public, healthcare professionals face everyday challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. They work in stressful environments by helping ill patients. They too face stress, anxiety, and even depression […]

A brief overview about how the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory works

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By Chinmay Pala Abstract In this paper, the author explains how the Laser Interferometric Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detects gravitational waves and goes over the differences between initial LIGO and advanced LIGO. Beginning by explaining the formation of gravitational waves, the author then gives an overview of the history and locations of LIGO. In the main […]

Molecular, Genomic, and Environmental Reasons for Cellular Aging

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Laura Márquez-Cianci Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Cuernavaca, Morelos, México Abstract: It is a fact that as years go by, hair turns gray, bones weaken, vitality is lost, and the body’s ability to fight against diseases decreases. Getting old can be a painful reminder of time’s harsh realities. However, why do humans age? Why do […]


Peer-to-peer Lending: Optimizing the Classification and Matching of Digital Karmic Personas

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Sanya Sharma William Jones College Preparatory Abstract In 2020, student debt in the U.S. has amounted to a sum of $1.56 trillion and is a growing national concern [1]. To alleviate this crisis, I assisted in the development of Coinsequence—a curated, peer-to-peer lending platform in which do-good lenders directly invest in students’ digital profiles. Here, […]

Comparing RSSI Between Thinly Enclosed and Exposed Devices

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Abstract In this paper, we explore the idea of private automated contact tracing through bluetooth devices. This is done through a controlled experiment where Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) values are measured from different distances in both an exposed setting as well as a thinly enclosed setting [3]. The behavior and patterns of the RSSI […]

Radiocarbon: How it’s formed and used in archaeology

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Introduction Willard Libby, a professor of chemistry at the University of Chicago, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in the year 1960. This Nobel Prize was for the discovery of a technique, Radiocarbon Dating, that revolutionized the field of archaeology and palaeontology1. Radiocarbon Dating is a method used to estimate the age of carbon-containing […]

Biodegradation of Polyethylene Fragments and Microbeads using Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas putida

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Abstract More than 5 trillion plastic pieces – a major contributor being microplastics – are afloat in the world’s oceans[1]. Microplastics are less than five millimeters in length, are problematic to remove using filters, and cause other ecological damages. Over time, multiple morphologies and polymers of microplastics have increased in quantity in San Francisco Bay […]

Effects of different amounts of air particulate matter on the depression and anxiety levels of adults from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City

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Nguyen B. Chau Abstract In 2020, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam’s biggest metropolitan cities rank 16th and 11th, respectively on the list of the world’s most polluted cities. Yet, the research body investigating the effects of exposure to air particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10), which mainly contributes to air pollution, on Vietnamese’ […]


Quantum Computing: How it all adds up

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Introduction Quantum computing has taken the world by storm. Many believe that quantum computers have the potential to overtake even the fastest supercomputers, and for good reason. Quantum computers – unlike classical computers – rely on the peculiar phenomena of quantum mechanics. How, though, do these machines function? How do scientists realistically incorporate quantum ideas […]

Predicting Cell Phenotypes from scRNAseq Data

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  Ryan Nayebi* Mentor: Brianna Chrisman *Woodside Priory School Abstract The use of machine learning to analyse data obtained through single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNAseq) provides eye-opening insights into cellular biology. Applications of this type of data analysis range from understanding tumor heterogeneity (with potential for creating lifesaving, patient-specific treatment) to studying stochastic gene expression.[17] Throughout […]