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What’s the BioBuzz?

A Science Journal for Students!
The BioBuzz is a short, simplified journal making real research science more approachable to student readers.
Algunos artículos están disponibles en español.

Check out our Middle School reading library:

  • Can Neurotoxins Affect Plant Growth? (Plant Signaling)
  • Do Microplastics Affect Hydra? (Animal Ecology)
  • How to re(cyst) a Stoney Problem? (L-Cysteine Kidney stones)
  • How Does Air Pollution Affect Pregnancy? (Ecology and Development)
  • Holographic Microscopes (Physics and Optics)
  • What Role Does Oxygen Play in Wound Healing? (Physiology and Medicine)
  • Getting Old is Not So Swell! (Aging and Inflammation)

Can Neurotoxins Affect Plant Growth?

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Ruby Gumenick
and Desiree Obaji
Original Journal Article 2000
by Eric Brenner in Gloria Coruzzi’s Lab at NYU

Can Microplastics
Affect Hydra?

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Vanessa Akwada and Desiree Obaji
Original Journal Article 2017
by Fionn Murphy and Brian Quinn at University of the West of Scotland

How to re-cyst
a stoney problem!

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Bryan Campos and Christine Kuang
Original Journal Article 2010
by Jeffrey Rimer and Zhihua An in Mike Wards lab at NYU

How Does Air Pollution Affect Pregnancy?

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Alex Raab and Ruby Gumenick
El artículo en español traducido por Delia Privitera
Original Journal Article 2017
by Jason Blum in Judith Zelikoff’s lab at NYU

Holographic
Microscopes

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Bryan Campos and Christine Kuang
Original Journal Article 2000
by Bhaskar Krishnatreya in David Grier’s lab at NYU

What Role Does Oxygen Play in Wound Healing?

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Vanessa Akwada and Desiree Obaji
Original Journal Article 2018
by Piul Rabbani in David Ceradini’s lab at NYU

Getting Old Is
Not So Swell!

BioBuzz Article 2019
by BioBus Interns Alex Raab and Ruby Gumenick
Original Journal Article 2019
by Anne Marie Josephson in Phillip Leucht’s lab at Stanford

More coming soon!