Gayoung Lee

Tiny, Korean, journalist.
Exploiting philosophy to talk about science since 2013.

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More often than not, antidepressants are compatible with other medications. But psychiatrists explain that it’s complicated.

Robots and artificial intelligence may soon be coming to aid spinal injury patients, according to a team of researchers at Rutgers University.

3 Things to Watch as Congress Wraps Up Competition Bills

Notably, the House version places greater weight on addressing social inequality than the Senate version.

Congress Increases Focus on Cybersecurity Risk Management

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is pushing lawmakers to authorize mandates that address cybersecurity concerns for critical federal infrastructure.

Despite Beijing’s Spin, Hong Kong Businesses Wary of Security Law

With the new Security Law expected to take hold in coming weeks, the CCP insists Hong Kong's business community is in full support of its actions. This is misleading.

North Korea’s Specious Swipe at Moon’s Conciliatory Record

On June 9, North Korea cut off all official and unofficial communication channels with South Korea, with a high-ranking official calling President Moon "worse than his predecessors." This is misleading.

Nixon R. Arauz says he has heard too many discouraging things in his life to count. Though, that might not be so clear at first. After all, Nixon has worked for the CDC, graduated from both Columbia and Cornell(...)

Korean males aged 19 to 36 are subjected to a mandatory period of military service. What does such a policy mean for international students? How have they dealt with it? And most importantly, what is it really like?