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Serpens - Science Journal

The Serpens represent a snake held by the healer Asclepius in  Greek mythology, who was said to bring  the deceased back to life with the power of the snake. It is a symbol of both continual revival  and the questions of life, death, health and sickness that are as old  as humankind itself.

Some of the greatest questions about our existence, lifestyles and the future of humanity are led by scientific concepts, theories, and practices. In this section, read about medicine, physics, biology, artificial intelligence and anything that our world’s scientists and researchers have worked on or are working on.


Edition IV. Fates and Choices

October 12, 2022

The Case Against SSRIs: Rethinking The Narrative

Sabrina Harverson

A few weeks ago, I had coffee with a fellow colleague at work, a brief interlude from the tasks of the day.  She laughed nervously as she told me she would not be having any more boosters this winter, having had COVID-19 the week before (for the fifth time) and feeling “mostly fine” for it. It was not my place to critique her choice, it was her decision....READ MORE

On totality and incompleteness in man and machine

Zachary Hale

Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves; otherwise we will be scattered over the face of the whole earth.”...READ MORE

Edition II. Networks and Labyrinths


April 13, 2022

Edition I. Origins and Birth


January 12, 2022


Herbal Medicine: How effective is it?

Lillian Clark

In this article, Lillian explores the origins of herbal medicine and its influence on our world today. Although heavily relied on in most developing countries, herbal medicine has been taken over by modern medicine in Western societies for a variety of reasons. There is however, an increasing number of people who turn to these natural, yet sometimes harmful, remedies...READ MORE

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Szilvia Király (she/her)