• Jason Moore, Third Century Professor and professor of genetics and community and family medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, was driven to bioinformatics by a realization as a research intern that he enjoyed analyzing data more than gathering it.
  • Morning Light Offers Help For Those Wishing to Reduce BMI
  • Some species of salamanders are already evolving in response to the novel environmental conditions produced by climate change. Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Meyer_Zeit-Vertreib_1_Tafel_054.jpg
  • Don Gurnett, on the left, during his talk at the Dartmouth physics colloquium. Photo: Merritt Losert '17
  • The Chelyabinsk Asteroid
  • Six chemotherapy drugs commonly used to treat cancer.  Advances in nanoparticle technology will help reduce the awful side effects of these drugs.
Source: Wikimedia Commons
  • No smoking. Source: A No Smoking Sign
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:No_Smoking.svg
Jason Moore, Third Century Professor and professor of genetics and community and family medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, was driven to bioinformatics by a realization as a research intern that he enjoyed analyzing data more than gathering it.

Bioinformatics Handles Big Data

In the 26th Presidential Faculty Lecture on March 31st, Jason Moore, Third Century Professor and professor of genetics and community and family medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, gave a lecture on the growing field of bioinformatics and the future of big data. Starting with a brief history lesson,...

Morning Light Offers Help For Those Wishing to Reduce BMI

Morning Light Offers Help For Those Wishing to Reduce BMI

Specifically, having a majority of the mean light exposure above 500 lux (MLiT500) earlier in the day was associated with having a lower BMI. Note that lux is a unit for illuminance, which qualitatively means brightness. To place this number in perspective, the normal light in a room is roughly...

Some species of salamanders are already evolving in response to the novel environmental conditions produced by climate change. Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Meyer_Zeit-Vertreib_1_Tafel_054.jpg

Shrinking Salamanders in the Face of Climate Change

Recent evidence suggests that some organisms are already undergoing phenotypic changes as a result of climate change. Researchers Nicholas M. Caruso et al. compared historical and contemporary size measurements for 15 salamander species in genus Plethodon  from 102 populations, discovering that six of the species have shrunk significantly in body...

Don Gurnett, on the left, during his talk at the Dartmouth physics colloquium. Photo: Merritt Losert '17

Voyager 1 Reaches Interstellar Space

On Friday, April 4, Don Gurnett, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Iowa, gave a talk about the history and science of the Voyager missions. The Voyager probes have been two of the most important ever launched. They explored the far reaches of the solar system,...

The Chelyabinsk Asteroid

The Chelyabinsk Asteroid

This February, the largest asteroid since 1908 impacted the planet’s surface near the city of Chelyabinsk in the Urals region of Russia (Figure 1). In an article published in Nature, Quirin Schiermeier reported that the asteroid shone 30 times brighter than the Sun and moved through the Earth’s upper atmosphere...

Six chemotherapy drugs commonly used to treat cancer.  Advances in nanoparticle technology will help reduce the awful side effects of these drugs.
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Nanoparticles: Designing Medicine at the Molecular Level

The greatest problem with traditional cancer treatments is lack of specificity. Treatments such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy kill healthy cells along with tumor cells, causing negative side effects in patients (1). Scientists believe that nanotechnology-based treatments can solve the issue of specificity. Nanoparticles used to treat cancer are approximately...

No smoking. Source: A No Smoking Sign
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:No_Smoking.svg

Study Finds that Smoking Bans are Linked to Quitting Attempts

A November 2013 study suggests that smoking bans succeed in causing smokers to quit smoking. The study, entitled “Smoking ban policies and their influence on smoking behaviors among current California smoker: A population-based study,” investigated the habits of smokers from California in relation to perceived and actual smoking bans. The...

 

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DUJS Table of Contents, Fall 1999
  • Jason Moore, Third Century Professor and professor of genetics and community and family medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, was driven to bioinformatics by a realization as a research intern that he enjoyed analyzing data more than gathering it.
  • Morning Light Offers Help For Those Wishing to Reduce BMI
  • Some species of salamanders are already evolving in response to the novel environmental conditions produced by climate change. Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Meyer_Zeit-Vertreib_1_Tafel_054.jpg
  • Don Gurnett, on the left, during his talk at the Dartmouth physics colloquium. Photo: Merritt Losert '17
  • The Chelyabinsk Asteroid
  • Six chemotherapy drugs commonly used to treat cancer.  Advances in nanoparticle technology will help reduce the awful side effects of these drugs.
Source: Wikimedia Commons
  • No smoking. Source: A No Smoking Sign
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:No_Smoking.svg
Jason Moore, Third Century Professor and professor of genetics and community and family medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, was driven to bioinformatics by a realization as a research intern that he enjoyed analyzing data more than gathering it.

Bioinformatics Handles Big Data

In the 26th Presidential Faculty Lecture on March 31st, Jason Moore, Third Century Professor and professor of genetics and community and family medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine, gave a lecture on the growing field of bioinformatics and the future of big data. Starting with a brief history lesson,...

Morning Light Offers Help For Those Wishing to Reduce BMI

Morning Light Offers Help For Those Wishing to Reduce BMI

Specifically, having a majority of the mean light exposure above 500 lux (MLiT500) earlier in the day was associated with having a lower BMI. Note that lux is a unit for illuminance, which qualitatively means brightness. To place this number in perspective, the normal light in a room is roughly...

Some species of salamanders are already evolving in response to the novel environmental conditions produced by climate change. Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Meyer_Zeit-Vertreib_1_Tafel_054.jpg

Shrinking Salamanders in the Face of Climate Change

Recent evidence suggests that some organisms are already undergoing phenotypic changes as a result of climate change. Researchers Nicholas M. Caruso et al. compared historical and contemporary size measurements for 15 salamander species in genus Plethodon  from 102 populations, discovering that six of the species have shrunk significantly in body...

Don Gurnett, on the left, during his talk at the Dartmouth physics colloquium. Photo: Merritt Losert '17

Voyager 1 Reaches Interstellar Space

On Friday, April 4, Don Gurnett, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Iowa, gave a talk about the history and science of the Voyager missions. The Voyager probes have been two of the most important ever launched. They explored the far reaches of the solar system,...

The Chelyabinsk Asteroid

The Chelyabinsk Asteroid

This February, the largest asteroid since 1908 impacted the planet’s surface near the city of Chelyabinsk in the Urals region of Russia (Figure 1). In an article published in Nature, Quirin Schiermeier reported that the asteroid shone 30 times brighter than the Sun and moved through the Earth’s upper atmosphere...

Six chemotherapy drugs commonly used to treat cancer.  Advances in nanoparticle technology will help reduce the awful side effects of these drugs.
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Nanoparticles: Designing Medicine at the Molecular Level

The greatest problem with traditional cancer treatments is lack of specificity. Treatments such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy kill healthy cells along with tumor cells, causing negative side effects in patients (1). Scientists believe that nanotechnology-based treatments can solve the issue of specificity. Nanoparticles used to treat cancer are approximately...

No smoking. Source: A No Smoking Sign
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:No_Smoking.svg

Study Finds that Smoking Bans are Linked to Quitting Attempts

A November 2013 study suggests that smoking bans succeed in causing smokers to quit smoking. The study, entitled “Smoking ban policies and their influence on smoking behaviors among current California smoker: A population-based study,” investigated the habits of smokers from California in relation to perceived and actual smoking bans. The...

 

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All the undergraduates of Dartmouth College are welcome to join our staff. Our staff includes students interested in writing, editing, photography, graphics, web design, and more! Please contact us to be added to our e-mail list. Staff meetings are Thursday evenings at 8 pm in Carson L02.
 


Table of Contents
Fall 1999
Volume II, No. 1

DUJS Feature:

The Internet and Health Care Dynamic: A Conversation with C. Everett Koop, M.D. '37
Amar Dhand '01
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  Dartmouth Science History
E. E. Just '07: A Biography of a Biologist
Brian DeSchuytner '00

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Lab Spotlight

Samuel Vélez's neurophysiology lab
Soon Hyouk Lee'01

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Reviews and Reflections

From One Crayfish to Another
Bryan Coffing '00

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Hypnosis in Pain Management
Hoi Ning Ngai '00

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  Newswatch

Networked soda machines, the Mars Orbital blunder, and more
Arvindh Kanagasundram '01

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Guest Column

Rock On!
Tim Neuschwander '01

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the wai box

The First Puzzle
Wai K. Or '01

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Undergraduate Research

Kinesin interacts directly with myosin V in squid optic lobes
Mary Mulcahey '00

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Covergent synthesis of substitued tetrapyrroles for photodynamic therapy
Elizabeth Pollina '00

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Progress in the attempted synthesis of 1,2-difluorocyclobutadiene

Karen Miller '00

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The role of epiphyte loading on Zostera marina growth rate

Christopher Root '00

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The effects of light and substrate type on the emergence of demersal zooplankton
Maria Snowblanket Calvi '00

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