Scientific American:

Every Skin Cell of This Fish Glows a Different Color (July 2016 print headline: A Coat of Many Colors)

Vast Majority of Life-Saving Cord Blood Sits Unused (Syndicated from Scienceline)

Popular Science:

Q&A With an Insane Instrument Inventor (July/August 2016 print headline: A Surreal Stradivari)

A Trojan Horse in the War on Cancer (March/April 2016 print article)

This Mask Lets You Smell the Rainbow (March/April 2016 print article)

Artist Tattfoo Tan Uses Food Waste to Create Survival Supplies

How to Turn Your Old Smartphone into a Smart Mirror (January/February 2016 print headline: A Reflective Dashboard for your Morning Routine)

The Desktop Gene Machine

Why an Artist Is Growing Space Lettuce

The Physics of Non-Newtonian Goo Could Save Astronauts’ Lives

Ice Cream Designed to Drip Slowly (December 2015 print headline: The End of the Big Drip)

In Greece, Driverless Buses Are Now Accepting Passengers

Meet a Real-Life Martian

Chinese Scientists Engineer Teeny Tiny Pigs to Sell as Pets

EPA Announces More Testing to Catch Cheaters Like Volkswagen

Humans in Different Buildings Linked Brain-to-Brain

Researchers Seek Citizen Science to Scan the Beaks of Every Bird Species on the Planet

Why Do Rats Love Pizza?

You May Be a Better Liar When Your Bladder is Full

Embedded 3-D Barcodes to Ensure Pills Are Real

Sleepy Dormice Break Wild Hibernation Record at 11 Months


Exploring Pluto

Thirsty Thanksgiving

Name That Element

Lion Around

A Frog Find

Jungle Skyscraper


MSG: Just Some Extra Umami Oomph

Lady Beetles: Friend and Foe

Do I Have to Be a Vegan to Combat Climate Change?

Peregrines Move In Upstairs

Keeping Barnyard Sludge Under Control

Preserving a Safe Passage for Jaguars

Sticking It to Nature

Wet Beaches Drown Sea Turtles

Bacteria That Can Hold Their Liquor