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Interdisciplinary Studies: Newton vs. Leibniz

Interdisciplinary Studies: Newton vs. Leibniz






Click to Enlarge The path of a ninja is integral to his development. And without Leibniz, this pun would not have worked. The “calculus priority dispute” was an argument between 17th-century mathematicians Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz over who had first invented calculus. The question began simmering in 1699 and […]

 
 

Interdisciplinary Studies: Cat Lovers

Interdisciplinary Studies: Cat Lovers






Click to Enlarge Schrodinger’s cat walked into a bar… and didn’t. But jokes aside… be it death by poison or (as Einstein would prefer) by explosion, Schrodinger’s cat tells us of something important: when you lose your car keys, take solace in the fact that they can literally be anywhere […]

 
 

Interdisciplinary Studies: Happy Pi Day!

Interdisciplinary Studies: Happy Pi Day!






Happy Pi Day, from all of us here at the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science! May your day be filled with fruity fillings and crispy crusts. Sincerely, The DUJS Editorial Board Newton, Einstein, Planck, and Pie Illustrated by Yoo Jung Kim ’14

 
 

“Interdisciplinary Studies”: Darwin and Lamarck

“Interdisciplinary Studies”: Darwin and Lamarck






Lamarckism: Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744 to 1829) was a French naturalist who is now infamous for the “giraffes stretched their necks to reach for food and therefore gave birth to offspring with long necks” example often alluded to in high school biology classes. However, contrary to popular opinion, Lamarck did not come […]

 
 

Coming Soon: “Interdisciplinary Studies”

Coming Soon: “Interdisciplinary Studies”






Coming soon to the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science: a cerebral new comic series, “Interdisciplinary Studies.” Written by members of DUJS and drawn by a talented Dartmouth ’16, this comic will sure to pique your scientific interests and tickle your funny bone. Back to Comics

 
 
 
 
 

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