Itzel Romero is a third year neuroscience major at UCLA. In growing up amid low-income communities, she heavily advocates for social rights of workers, students, and community members. She considers commitment to service a big part of her lifestyle, and enjoys volunteering.
Previously, many thought the idea of robots ever becoming anything other than animated movie characters like that of iRobot, Ex Machina, Her, and Robocop was mind-blowing and relatively far away. Today, the fields of biotechnology, robotics, and artificial intelligence are progressively sky-rocketing in their advances. The reason why there has been so much improvement in these … Read More
Depression is one of the most common and important mood disorders found in the primary care setting. Many times, it is a result of accumulated stress over a long period and is, unfortunately, often difficult to diagnose. Because high levels of stress can also cause a multitude of other malicious symptoms, depression can be masked by quite a … Read More