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Bwoglines: Big Things Edition

Shamu’s hefty, just like SeaWorld’s IPO will be, at $540 million. There’s nothing like combining memories from our past with news that will affect our futures in finance. (Forbes) Stem cells are small, but their impact could be big. The Vatican promoting the use of adult stem cells is worth at least 10 Shamus. (Press-Enterprise) […]

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BunsenBwog: A Strange Kind of Optimism

It’s the end of the semester and the end of BunsenBwog for another year. While last week focused on science’s somber stories, today Bwog’s enthusiastic arborist Zach Kagan brings you amazing accounts of nature in a world altered by man. New York City is an “urban heat island,” a zone of increased temperatures caused by the high heat […]

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The Jawbone Is Connected to The…Stem Cells

It’s only a small step towards a brave new world of medicine, but scientists in Columbia’s Biomedical Engineering Department, led by Professor Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, have successfully created part of a jaw joint from stem cells. The scientists say that the joint (at right) is the first “complex, anatomically-sized bone” created using stem cells, and will […]

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