Scientists use a wide range of tools to learn new and exciting things about how the world works. The scientific toolbox is not just limited to microscopes and beakers – it includes everything from teeny tiny atoms to large scale bird migration. Scientists can even use tools developed by the cells that make up our bodies. Join us to learn about how scientists use these novel tools to better understand time, human disease, and the environment.
This talk is presented by the Yale Science Diplomats as part of the “Science in the News” program. The series is dedicated to providing people with a better understanding of the scientific underpinnings of the issues in the news every day. It is staffed by graduate students dedicated to making complex scientific topics easily understood by people of all ages.
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