Columbia University researcher studies non-coding RNA to find a cure for a rare cancer
Zoos need help with captive breeding programs. Prisons have a lot of people with a lot of time on their hands. It’s the most unlikely match in wildlife conservation
Take Part March 2015
Study finds benefits for all ratepayers and greater reduction in greenhouse gases
Boston University Research May 2016
Jeffrey Tanenhaus quit his job to take the cross-country trip of a lifetime—and accrue some significant bike share late fees
Bicycling Magazine Sept. 2015
The rhythm of the inner ear coaches the brain to hear
Pitt Med Magazine Summer 2015
Since the dawn of agriculture, the world’s soils are estimated to have lost billions of metric tons of carbon to the atmosphere. Researchers are now looking at ways to recarbonize the global soil pool using methods such as cover cropping, no-till farming, and enriching the soil with biochar. One of their chief goals: mitigating climate change.
Environmental Health Perspectives February 2016
Center for a Livable Future, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health August 2015
For more than a century nearly everyone believed birds sense of smell was poorly developed or nonexistent. They were wrong.
Audubon Magazine Jan/Feb. 2014
Alison Delgado won the first marathon she ever entered—Cincinnati’s Flying Pig—then was nearly killed in a traffic accident.
Runner’s World May 2012
Warming and drought are contributing to bigger and more frequent wildfires. A new approach—helping trees get the rain and snowfall they need—could be a model to help forests worldwide.
Take Part Oct. 2014
UAVs are poised to revolutionize ecology and even save scientists’ lives.
Audubon Magazine July/Aug. 2014
Could bacteria be the answer to treating autism, depression, anxiety?
Coloradan Magazine April 2014
The incredible balancing act of a mother, soldier, marathoner
Runner’s World Feb. 2014
Nathan Yates gives scientists another take on what they’re studying
Pitt Med Magazine
Many companies are now hiring specialized artists to record their brainstorming sessions. Here’s why.
Inc. Magazine January 2014
Cosmetics are full of harmful ingredients—here’s what to avoid.
E! The Environmental Magazine Jan. 2013
Living in Paris With a False Sense of Sophistication
Coloradan Magazine 2010