Rashi Ranjan

Computational Biology

University of Pittsburgh

I’m a freshman at the University of Pittsburgh. For the last two years, I’ve experimented with different research interests, like molecular biology and immunology, before settling on computational biology as my major. I’m passionate about science journalism and spreading STEM education in my community. Other than that, I’m usually cooking (and snacking) or finding new hiking spots or beaches in California!

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Algae keep nitrogen savings to help them survive nutrient-poor ocean waters

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Guanine, one of the four bases of DNA, also keeps algae's nitrogen sources rich

We don't need to use baby talk to communicate with babies

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Newborn and infants' speech perception skills are more astute than previously thought