Jonathan Lee

Jonathan Lee (’22) is the Vol. 58 Science Editor for The Lancer. He was also a Staff Writer for Vol. 57.

New radioactive dangers in Japan

by Jonathan Lee (’22) | May 10, 2021 A decade ago, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck the coasts of Japan. Combined with the tsunami that followed, a global nuclear disaster occurred: Fukushima. The destruction of the backup power generators resulted in a nuclear meltdown, subjecting the surrounding area to high levels of radiation. Fukushima and…

The history of the study of neurogenesis

by Jonathan Lee (’22) | March 29, 2021 Manifesting every action, experience, feeling, memory, and thought, the brain is the most complex organ in the human body. This compact and wrinkly gelatinous ball contains eighty-six billion neurons. Through structures called synapses, a single neuron can make up to tens of thousands of connections, interchanging connectivity…

The future for pet food: lab-grown meat

by Jonathan Lee (’22) | March 1, 2021 Over quarantine, as many families tried to fill the emptiness of their homes, a sudden surge of pet adoptions struck America. The rush to adopt pets has led to the development of a new consumer base: pet owners who are considering an environmentally sustainable diet for their…

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