Evan Cory 2017-05-23T23:26:47+00:00
Evan CoryEditor in Chief
Evan is a Junior at UW and very excited to be JUST’s Editor in Chief for the 2017-2018 school year! His scientific interests lie in the fundamental forces that act within biology like genetic regulation and manipulation, signal transduction, protein function, eukaryotic-prokaryotic interactions and how these forces can be applied to deepen our understanding of biology. Along with these, he is invested in engaging the public with science and promoting scientific literacy.

Recent Posts

1412, 2017

Making the Modern Tomato

December 14th, 2017|Categories: Annika Peterson, Fall 2017, Journal|Tags: , |

Making the Modern Tomato By Annika Peterson For many Midwesterners, devouring delicious tomatoes that ripen near the end of the summer is a highlight of [...]

1412, 2017

Tired of Being Tired?

December 14th, 2017|Categories: Fall 2017, Journal, Teja Karimikonda|Tags: , |

Tired of Being Tired? By Teja Karimikonda They say that eight hours of sleep each night is the commonly accepted parameter of a good night’s [...]

1412, 2017

Nanoparticles: small particles; big potential

December 14th, 2017|Categories: Fall 2017, Journal, Meng Lou|Tags: , |

Nanoparticles: small particles; big potential By Meng Lou The apple has classically served as an embodiment of health and prosperity. Many wonder why the Greek [...]

1412, 2017

The Science Behind Gender Identity

December 14th, 2017|Categories: Alina Dillahunt, Fall 2017, Journal|Tags: , |

The Science Behind Gender Identity By Alina Dillahunt Recently, U.S. politicians in 16 states have proposed bills governing which bathroom transgender individuals are allowed to [...]

1412, 2017

2017 Olmsted County Economic Indicator Report

December 14th, 2017|Categories: Aron Mozes, Fall 2017, Journal|Tags: |

2017 Olmsted County Economic Indicator Report By Aron Mozes INTRODUCTION The 2017 Olmsted County Economic Indicator Report provides an introductory analysis of the economic state of Olmsted [...]