The Science Survey

Though it may seem like an arbitrary topic, “Reflecting on a plant like ginkgo that was around in very different ecosystems when the dinosaurs were on the planet, that has been around for hundreds of millions of years, really puts our own species — let alone our own individual existence — into a broader context,” said Peter Crane.

Ginkgo Trees and Growing Up

Katrina Tablang, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2022
Hundreds make their way down a packed street in Hong Kong, which currently has a population of around 7.76 million. That statistic is slated to grow to around 8.2 million by the 2040s, before declining to 7.72 million by 2066.

Too Many of Us or Too Few?

Declan Hilfers, Staff Reporter
March 16, 2022
Click on the link to read the advice of your Bronx Science peers!

A Letter to Little Me

Arianne Browne, Staff Reporter
June 22, 2021
Conversations are the most valuable aspect of having a social network. The Bronx Science cafeteria serves as a gold mine of gatherings where students learn to constantly question, wonder, and balance perspectives (not currently, due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic).

The Disease of Satisfaction

Samama Moontaha, Staff Reporter
March 18, 2021
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