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Benjamin Bell

Benjamin Bell is a PhD. Candidate, Human Genetics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Bell researches using behavioral and molecular neuroscience approaches to characterize novel pathways by which the circadian rhythm regulates sleep and arousal.

How Pollen Geochemistry Can Be Used To Reconstruct UV-B Radiation In The Past

Ultraviolet radiation (UV-B; 280 to 315 nm) is electromagnetic radiation originating from the sun, which reaches the Earth’s surface. UV-B radiation can cause chemical reactions in living organisms, and too much exposure can be damaging. The Ozone layer is the […]