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Some students aspire to run their own businesses after college. Miriam “Mik” Chari already has been a business owner for several years prior to her graduation from Kennesaw State University this spring.

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Oxygen forms about 21% of the air around us. In your body, oxygen forms a vital role in the production of energy in most cells. But if gases can only efficiently diffuse across tiny distances, how does oxygen reach the cells deep inside your body? Enda Butler tracks the surprisingly complex journey of oxygen through your body.

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Alum uses innovative teaching methods in the classroom.

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The bacteria in our guts can break down food the body can’t digest, produce important nutrients, regulate the immune system, and protect against harmful germs. And while we can’t control all the factors that go into maintaining a healthy gut microbiome, we can manipulate the balance of our microbes by paying attention to what we eat. Shilpa Ravella shares the best foods for a healthy gut.

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iTeach visits The Ron Clark Academy

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Born in 1731 to freed slaves on a farm in Baltimore, Benjamin Banneker was obsessed with math and science. And his appetite for knowledge only grew as he taught himself astronomy, mathematics, engineering, and the study of the natural world. Rose-Margaret Ekeng-Itua details the numerous accomplishments of Benjamin Banneker.

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Two Kennesaw State University​ scientists have received a total of $737,364 in National Science Foundation (NSF)​ and National Institutes of Health (NIH)​ grants for developmental biology research into autism and birth defects. http://bit.ly/2kW4jho

The NIH awarded Dr. Martin Hudson a grant of $378,561 to research how neuron shape affects function and behavior in the nervous system. The NSF awarded $358,803 to Dr. Marcus C. Davis for research that ultimately could lead to eradicating limb birth defects and allowing humans to regrow limbs.
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