Fast Company cover Cellphonometry: Can Kids Really Learn Math From Smartphones?

Fast Company


Schools are partnering with mobile-phone companies. Are smartphone learning initiatives more than a corporate gimmick?
New York Times cover In Tonsils, a Problem the Size of a Pea

New York Times

More sufferers are now open about their tonsil stones, tiny, smelly agglomerations of bacteria and debris that form in the back of their mouths.
Fast Company cover Microsoft’s Class Action

Fast Company


Across the country, talent-hungry corporations are trying to save our struggling public schools. Are they creating smarter kids–or a fleet of drones?
Popular Science cover The Greenest Green Fuel

Popular Science

Looking for a clean fuel that grows anywhere and needs only sunlight and water? Here’s one start-up’s plan for converting oil from algae–yes, algae
PT cover Scents and Sensibility

Psychology Today

“Sexual chemistry” is more than just a way of talking about heated attraction. Subtle chemical keys actually help determine who we fall for.
New York Times cover The Worms Crawl In

New York Times


David Pritchard – Scientist at Work: A rogue University of Nottingham researcher investigates whether parasites can be used to cure allergies.
Salon cover page The sun blotted out from the sky

Salon.com

Global warming demands more than do-gooder actions. It demands “geoengineering”–like blocking the sun’s rays with stratospheric dirt.


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