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  • By Guest Author Ethan GuthmanPh.D. Candidate, Neuroscience Program, CU Anschutz   We’ve all heard the saying that your brain is the computer of your body. And there is truth to the comparison. Like a computer, cells of the brain, called neurons, take in information, process it, and send it or othe…
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  • By Guest Author Emily LarsonEmily Larson is a volunteer facilitator with Cooking Matters, a program of the Colorado non-profit group, Share Our Strengths (part of the No Kid Hungry Network). Imagine I gave you a bag of sugar, a measuring teaspoon, and a mission: measure out the recommended daily in…
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  • The Museum’s Health Sciences Department is partnering with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to publish a monthly series on the Museum blog called “Know Health”. The articles focus on current health topics selected by CU’s medical and graduate students in order to provide both Engli…
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  • El Departamento de Ciencias de Salud del Museo se ha asociado con la Universidad de Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus para publicar cada mes un serie de artículos en el blog del museo llamado “Conocer la Salud.” Los artículos se enfocan en temas de salud actuales y son seleccionados por los estudiant…
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  • Guest Author Tanya L. Brown is a graduate student at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Program in Cell Biology, Stem Cells and Development     Types of Runners There are two types of runners: sprinters and long distance. You’ve probably noticed that the builds of these runner…
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  • The Museum’s Health Sciences Department is partnering with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to publish a monthly series on the Museum blog called “Know Health”. The articles focus on current health topics selected by CU’s medical and graduate students in order to provide both Engli…
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  • El Departamento de Ciencias de Salud del Museo se ha asociado con la Universidad de Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus para publicar cada mes un serie de artículos en el blog del museo llamado  “Conocer la Salud.” Los artículos se enfocan en temas de salud actuales y son seleccionados por los estudian…
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  • The Museum’s Health Sciences Department is partnering with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to publish a monthly series on the Museum blog called “Know Health”. The articles focus on current health topics selected by CU’s medical and graduate students in order to provide both Engli…
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  • El Departamento de Ciencias de Salud del Museo se ha asociado con la Universidad de Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus para publicar cada mes un serie de artículos en el blog del museo llamado  “Conocer la Salud.” Los artículos se enfocan en temas de salud actuales y son seleccionados por los estudian…
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  • For the second year of the project, our 2016 Teen Science Scholars share their experiences in researching and cataloguing the extensive histology and histopathology slide collection donated by local pathologist, Dr. Robert Shikes.             The Denver Museum of Nature & Science hosts its annu…
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