How do sundials work?

If a sundial works based upon a rod’s shadow, then why can’t a simple stick in the ground work as an accurate sundial?

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Mary ‘Cassie’ Stoddard MC ’08

Mary Caswell (“Cassie”) Stoddard has studied ornithology for four years, her accomplishments ranging from creating computer models of bird vision to founding an organization to increase undergraduate interest in the Peabody Museum.

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Pushing Particles with PEG

Professor Mark Saltzman has now developed a promising new method of treatment that could evade the problem of chemotherapy delivery in the brain.

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Understanding How Cells Divide

Thomas Pollard, the Sterling Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, has discovered that “pinching” is a very simplified way to view mitosis.

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