Today’s Science: Body Clocks and Earthquakes
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Today’s Science: Body Clocks and Earthquakes

By Lauren Blake ’20 Every week, interesting discoveries, revelations, and developments in the field of science occur all over the world. Whether it’s news about the rainforest, oceans, space, or technology, The Bamboo’s “Today’s Science” column seeks to inform readers about what’s happening in the scientific world. Is Your “Body Clock” in Sync? The BBC … Continue reading

Today’s Science: Endangered Pandas and The Cassini Spacecraft
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Today’s Science: Endangered Pandas and The Cassini Spacecraft

By Lauren Blake ’20 Every week, interesting discoveries, revelations, and developments in the field of science occur all over the world. Whether it’s news about the rainforest, oceans, space, or technology, I am excited this year to write small pieces about news in the science world! “Today’s Science” is a new column for The Bamboo … Continue reading

Is Our Immune System to blame for Alzheimer’s disease?
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Is Our Immune System to blame for Alzheimer’s disease?

By Catherine William With increasing amounts of evidence suggesting that our own immune system plays a large role in Alzheimer’s disease, Duke University has conducted a new study examining the issue. The study has been completed with the usage of mice, and has since been published in the Journal of Neuroscience. The study implies that … Continue reading