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Naveena Sadasivam

Naveena Sadasivam recently graduated from the American University of Sharjah with a B.S. in chemical engineering and a minor in English literature. She has spent the last four years designing processes and modeling equations on simulation software, working at a natural gas refinery, freelancing for Climate Control ME, and tutoring students. Having always loved science and writing equally, she hopes that SHERP will help her unite both her passions. Follow her on Twitter @NaveenaSivam and check out her blog, The Fugacity Coefficient.

May 27, 2013

Diana Reiss' research changed the way we look at dolphins, but dolphin advocacy is her priority

April 14, 2013

Why some people see fewer colors than others and why women are more likely to be super seers

February 21, 2013

Politicians and activists argue over whether legislation is the right way to curb sex-selective abortions

February 3, 2013

With the surge in telescopic space data, pro-am astronomy collaborations are making stellar discoveries

December 21, 2012

Unexpected and dangerous events can occur during spacewalks

November 29, 2012

The gas giant’s mighty gravitational pull slings comets and asteroids towards Earth, while also deflecting them away

November 7, 2012

Astronauts have voted from space since 1997, but Sunita Williams and Kevin Ford didn’t yesterday

November 1, 2012

Carla Dove, a forensic ornithologist at the Smithsonian, explains how plumage from bird strikes helps improve aviation safety

October 10, 2012

U.S. researchers at Duke and Stanford honored for their work on G protein-coupled receptors

October 5, 2012

One species of wasps innately knows the order of queens-to-come in the colony and avoids internal conflict

 
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