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- Aldern: #Resist? Earth Day and the March for Science are coming up. It’s a good time to read Clayton ...
- Ansley: Health Wisdom David Ansley (@DavidAnsley), in addition to enhancing the NSWA website with sumptious nature photos (just look ...
- Apfel: Art and Science Amelia Apfel, a young science writer with a stellar pedigree, writes about the science-art-communication crossover in ...
- Apfel: Going Long Amelia Apfel explores the threat of short-term funding to long-term environmental research with the help of ...
- Apfel: Tide Power The Northwest plugs into river energy, so why not the Puget Sound? Amelia Apfel, writing in ...
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- Bach: View From the Bridge For UW Today, Deborah http://www.laviagraes.com/viagra-drogas-la-rebaja Bach talks with Elissa Washuta, the Fremont Bridge writer-in-residence. Deborah, a social ...
- Bach: World’s Goofiest Swimcaps UW scientists, writes Deborah Bach @DeborahBach1, have noninvasively linked the brains of two people sitting a ...
- Bailey: No Baloney, Sustainable Abalone Kevin Bailey, writing in Earth Island Journal, has good news for conscientious consumers. The Monterey Bay ...
- Bailey: Old and New for Salmon Ride the waves with Kevin Bailey, who recently watched the modern version of traditional Native American ...
- Bailey: Saving Salmon, Nordic Style Kevin Bailey sails the fjords of Norway to trace the history of the Atlantic salmon. Writing ...
- Bailey: The Real Paleo Diet Kevin Bailey, science writer, University of Washington affiliate professor, and founder of the marine consulting organization ...
- Bailey: Weir Wars What’s weir fishing? Kevin Bailey explains in a piece for Earth Island Journal. Kevin visited Nova ...
- Barlow: What Ted Kennedy and the Oregon Ducks Have In Common References to both the late Massachusetts senator and the mighty Duck football team show up in ...
- Bauman: At the Movies Valerie Bauman, staff writer for Puget Sound Business Journal, writes about health care, including a $12 ...
- Berkowitz: Happy Anniversary, Deepwater Horizon Seems like only yesterday, but Rachel Berkowitz reminds us it’s been 3 years since the massive ...
- Boyle and James: In Your Ear Want to hear the soothing voices of Alan Boyle and Sally James updating you on the ...
- Boyle: A Planet, Dammit! Alan Boyle (@b0yle) championed Pluto in his book, The Case for Pluto: How a Big Planet ...
- Boyle: Blast Off Is that Alan Boyle (@b0yle) of nbcnews.com about to blast off? Alan reports from the cockpit…or ...
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- Boyle: Geeking on Gravitational Waves GeekWire’s aerospace and science editor Alan Boyle answers your questions (and you know you have them) ...
- Boyle: Here’s Winking at You, Neil Alan Boyle tells us the best way to remember Neil Armstrong, and it’s as easy as ...
- Boyle: It’s All Politics Conservatives are increasingly skeptical about science, reports Alan Boyle. (Paradoxically, he says, they are not likely ...
- Bradbury: Occupy Science Great project but no funding? Michael C. Bradbury, former NSWA board member, says take it to ...
- Braun: Dirty Politics At the climate science site DeSmogBlog, Editor Ashley Braun reports on secret meetings and suspicious political ...
- Braun: Get Involved You don’t need a diploma to be a scientist, writes Ashley Braun @ashleybraun, ashleybraun.com. You just need ...
- Braun: Podcast #1, Hurricane Katrina Listen to Ashley Braun (@ashleybraun) for a first-person, scientist’s view of day 1 of the Hurricane ...
- Cartwright: Lip-smacking Science Misophonia isn’t well studied, writes Megan Cartwright @meganmicartwri, but the condition—intense annoyance at common sounds—is fairly ...
- Chapman-Stockwell: Off the Hook Ick, right? Fortunately, Valerie Chapman-Stockwell has news about potential novel treatments for hookworm. Infections by the ...
- Clark: Great Wines Finish Last What do winemakers look for in a wine (that everyday consumers don’t want)? Brian Clark tells ...
- Cockbill: The Case for Animal Research Louisa Cockbill’s PhD research didn’t directly involve animals. But she knows when and why scientists use ...
- Cornwall: Costs of Deepwater Warren Cornwall dives deep into another tragic environmental anniversary: the 5-year mark of the Deepwater Horizon ...
- Cramer: Big Bang or Big Groan? John G. Cramer gives us a sound bite of the birth (or at least early childhood) ...
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- Damlo: No Monkey Business Do you know 2013 board member Sherri Damlo? If so, you’re two degrees of separation from ...
- DeWeerdt: And the Tadpoles? Toads have it rough, writes Sarah DeWeerdt. They are threatened by climate change, habitat destruction, and ...
- DeWeerdt: Global Autism Dilemma Autism is found in all countries, notes Sarah DeWeerdt. But cultural differences—such as whether kids recognize ...
- DeWeerdt: Parental Autism For The Atlantic and Spectrum, Sarah DeWeerdt looks at autism from a different perspective. Instead of ...
- DeWeerdt: The Spectrum Expands In The Atlantic, Sarah DeWeerdt explains the genetic basis for the saying, “If you’ve seen one ...
- Distelhorst: Improving Cancer Care—Globally Sandra Ripley Distelhorst has a first-author Lancet Oncology paper on optimizing breast cancer care in low- ...
- Dolan: Local and Practical Health Maria Dolan (@mariaidolan) has had a busy spring with the relaunch of Northwest Health, a quarterly ...
- Dolan: Oyster Fate A little lemon is nice with oysters, but Maria Dolan, writing for Slate, says that’s as ...
- Dolan: Taxonomy of Headaches Maria Dolan explains the four categories of headaches in the latest Northwest Health, Group Health’s quarterly ...
- Doughton: Big Rip: The Title Says It All Who says the Northwest is overdue for a megaquake? Sandi Doughton and the scientists she reports ...
- Doughton: Full Rip Revisited Didn’t we all think of Sandi Doughton’s book Full Rip: 9.0: The Next Big Earthquake in ...
- Doughton: Gates Gets Controversial Bill and Melinda show no fear. Sandi Doughton, NSWA board member and Seattle Times science reporter, ...
- Doughton: How to Stop a Plague The Ebola outbreak has kept science journalists, especially Sandi Doughton @SandiDoughton, busy. Seattle is making major ...
- Doughton: Seahawks and Gray Matter Sandi Doughton connects football, war injuries, and dementia. The common node is Microsoft Founder and Seattle ...
- Doughton: Shot in the Arm What happened to the stimulus? Sandi Doughton, Seattle Times science reporter and NSWA board member, looks ...
- Eaves: Fight for Science History, Elisabeth Eaves writes, has a lesson for those who abandon science: Put politics and fundamentalism ...
- Ellison: Greening of Washington At the left edge of the country, Jake Ellison @Jake_News leans even further out to cover ...
- Ells: Beak Book Rick Ells tells a modern story about evolution in his review of The Beak of the ...
- Emery: State of the Field Carry on, explorers! Virginia Emery reports that true field biologists still exist. They’re out in the ...
- Enevoldsen: What’s Up in the Night Sky Alice Enevoldsen invites us along on her star-gazing adventures. Her December post in the West Seattle ...
- Engel and Tompa: Hutch Stars They’re not great female scientists, write Rachel Tompa and Mary Engel about six up-and-coming new investigators—they’re ...
- Feliú-Mójer: Networking for Diversity Mónica Feliú-Mójer (@moefeliu) and coauthors have a new a PLOS Biology paper describing Ciencia Puerto Rico, ...
- Fernando Gonzalez: Hot Sauce What does a sensory biophysicist like Ivan Fernando Gonzalez taste when he eats chips and salsa? ...
- Fernando Gonzalez: Making the Most of 140 Ivan Fernando Gonzalez is a master of the 140-character genre with bilingual tweets about science in Seattle ...
- Fitzgerald (Curtis): Woof Pepe takes another case in Waverly Curtis’s (actually Waverly Fitzgerald’s) latest book about the barking detective ...
- Fleishman: True Tones Glenn Fleishman, blogging (AND with this month’s cover story) at The Economist, describes what happens when ...
- Floyd-Pautler: What You See is What You Hear Marimbas are the method in a story at The Hearing Lab, Nedra Floyd-Pautler’s website on hearing ...
- Forster: Integrating Autism Social learning by kids with autism, writes Kate Forster, might be enhanced if they have time to learn ...
- Freeman: Data in Harmony The European Union, says Kris Freeman, wants its members to join together in harmony, at least ...
- Frischman: Snakes on a Blog Python eggs are bigger than meatballs, and Carol Frischman shows ’em off on her blog, This ...
- Gayle: Spread It Around Richard Gayle digs into the November election for tips on open-sourced, open-access, crowd-sourced management. See his ...
- Geggel: Concussion Spotting Just in time for football season, Laura Geggel, an intern at Popular Science, reports on a ...
- Geggel: Princess and the Pea Kate really is ill, says Laura Geggel in the New York Times Well blog. She’s not ...
- Geiger: Messages from Mercury Mars usually hogs all the planet news. levitra generic ordering But Beth Geiger has a story about ...
- Geiger: Road Trip! Get away to the Olympic National forest with your guide, Beth Geiger. Writing for The Nature ...
- Geiger: Seriously. Bunnies. Yes, they’re adorable. But Beth Geiger has a story for Nature Conservancy magazine about a sobering ...
- Gibbs and Henson: Back of the Book In 2010, Judi Gibbs told John Henson, ScienceWire founder, about the secret lives of indexers (click ...
- Gibbs: Better Than Star Wars Wayt Gibbs, contributing editor to Scientific American, kicks off a special physics and astronomy issue that has ...
- Gibbs: Fusion for the Future In a report for Science, Wayt Gibbs tells how physicists in New Mexico are ramping up ...
- Gibbs: Guide to Transgender Judi Gibbs gives us the guide to the guide to transgender and nonconforming youth. That is, ...
- Gibbs: Howl Did you see Judi Gibbs’ stunning book on the display table at the January NSWA party? ...
- Gibbs: Megadata Health, DIY, and Nose Cameras Wayt Gibbs is taking a break from his ground-breaking, eye-popping, mouth-watering food science work to return ...
- Gibbs: Modern at Home Drooling over the Modernist Cuisine photos and recipes, but no room for a spray-dryer, autoclave, or ...
- Gibbs: Star Power Wayt Gibbs @waytgibbs is energetic this month, writing two pieces for Discover on smart new energy ...
- Gibbs: Without an Index, a Book is a Doorstop Q & A conducted by John W. Henson, MD I have a personal rule in buying books: no ...
- Gibbs: World View New articles by Wayt Gibbs for Scientific American take a global perspective. Read about using real-time ...
- Gilbert: Toxicology—For Free! The free e-book A Small Dose of Toxicology is now available in a second edition from ...
- Gohring: Moto-town Thinking of trading an iPhone for a Google Moto X? Nancy Gohring cut through the hype, ...
- Golard: Know When to Fold ‘Em Neuroscientist Andre Golard reaches back to our caveman days to explain why we find the advice ...
- Golard: Your Brain on Eureka How does your brain keep up with new ideas like the iPad, while still recognizing Bill ...
- Goldfarb: Be Warned… …Ben Goldfarb’s story for Hakai Magazine on the Pacific lamprey—a jawless sucker with elaborate teeth—comes with ...
- Goldfarb: Swimming Upstream What can save the salmon? asks Ben Goldfarb @ben_a_goldfarb, in a cover story for High Country ...
- Gordon and Lindley: Speaking of Sasquatch Two great NSWAnians, Robin Lindley and former NSWA Board Member David George Gordon, had a conversation and ...
- Gordon: Humbugs Nothing says the the holidays like a NSWA member with a fried arachnid. David George Gordon ...
- Green: Hot Summer, Dry Salmon We had a warm summer, Joel Green reports, and humans weren’t the only uncomfortable species. The ...
- Guiden: Cory’s Addiction Pulling together Glee, drugs and ADHD, Mary Guiden, public relations specialist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, goes ...
- Guiden: The False Positive Mary Guiden (@marygseattle) brings a journalist’s ferocity and a patient’s perspective to her review of an ...
- Guthrie: Opioid Outreach Follow Patricia Guthrie for all your Whidbey Island news. In the Everett Daily Herald, she tells ...
- Harper: HIV Laggard to Leader For Science, Kristin Harper (@kristinnharper) outlines the AIDS epidemic in China, which followed a very different ...
- Harris: Drone Tracking In an exclusive for The Guardian, Mark Harris explores a problem that has the Federal Aviation Administration ...
- Harris: Gold-Medal Winner Mark Harris took the gold for online reporting in the American Association of the Advancement of ...
- Haydon: Digital Drugs Effective vaccines against the shifty influenza virus are hard to come by. Ian Haydon writes about ...
- Haydon: Enzyme Engineers to the Rescue News about sarin gas is usually not good. But Ian Haydon has a rare positive story about ...
- Heisel: Rounding Down Obesity rates are increasing, but William Heisel reports that people say they are losing weight. What’s ...
- Hendrickson: Lemonade Aid There’s no wallowing, writes Janet Hendrickson, at the Lemonade breast cancer support group. In Group Health ...
- Hendrickson: Oh, What a Beautiful HMORN Janet Hendrickson takes her new MS in health communication and dives into the deep end in ...
- Hibachi: White Elephants, Yellow Rain, and a NSWA Mystery The University of Washington’s has a chilling story about global nuclear disasters from Three Mile Island to ...
- Hickey: Capturing a River—Arrr! Geologists actually call it river piracy, writes Hannah Hickey, when one stream takes over another. Presumably, ...
- Hickey: Drop Everything Can a drop of water on a lotus leaf inspire a cell phone app? Hannah Hickey ...
- Hickey: Splash Hannah Hickey (@hickeyh), University of Washington News & Information, reports on two glaciology papers that made ...
- Hickey: UW Grand Opening We’re late to the party, but in UW Today, Hannah Hickey describes the new Molecular and ...
- Hill: Warrior One Jana Hill brings expertise in yoga and medicine to “Guide to Understanding Yoga and Breast Cancer,” ...
- Hopp: Dinosaurs, Part 3 how to get your ex back em>Book three in Thomas P. Hopp’s Dinosaur Wars series is out ...
- Hopp: Neah Bay Intrigue Thomas P. Hopp puts medical sleuth Dr. Peyton McKean back to work in a new thriller, ...
- how to win your wife back after drug addition In her New American Scholar column, Science Frictions, Priscilla Long gives us good news about the Seattle climate: her pet ...
- Hu: Babies and Rainbows How many colors do infants see? And, Jane C. Hu asks, what does that tell us ...
- Hu: Boys Club In The Atlantic, Jane C. Hu scrutinizes the discipline that might have the most shatterproof glass ...
- Hu: For Lazy Feminists? Menstrual cups, writes Jane C. Hu (@jane_c_hu) are good for feminists. And lazy people. Jane’s article ...
- Hu: Kids, Puppets, and Stats Preschoolers practice transitive inference, Jane Hu @jane_c_hu discovered. In research done at UC Berkeley, now published in ...
- Hu: Open Up In The Atlantic, NSWA Vice President Jane C. Hu writes about a burgeoning populist uprising. Or ...
- Hughes: Brains! Rebecca Hughes (@GHResearch) shows us why zombies aren’t the only beings seeking brains. Joint research projects ...
- Hughes: Just What IS the Placebo Effect? It’s a familiar idea that means “it’s all in your head,” right? Rebecca Hughes, Group Health ...
- Illman: Team Players Science and Technology Centers use team science to tackle big problems: from managing the information of ...
- James: An All-NSWA Evening Sally James blogs about an all-star, all-NSWA-member production from Infinity Box Theatre Project. The second annual ...
- James: At the Movies with Angelina Sally James, past NSWA president, is also a science explainer—and now a film promoter. Sally tells ...
- James: Business in Our Genes Personalized medicine based on our genomic data is coming, but when? Sally James looks at six ...
- James: Downsizing Move over micro, writes Sally James (@jamesian) in Alaska Airlines Magazine. Smaller is better and nano ...
- James: Gettin’ Higgy with It Our own NSWA President Sally James toasts and drinks and applauds and cheers into the wee ...
- James: iTeam iphone, iPad, iPS* cells, step aside for iGEM, writes Sally James for UW Today. The annual ...
- James: Niagra Falls of Data Previous NSWA President Sally James (@jamesian) explains the conundrum—yottabytes of data that are more than any ...
- James: Science on the Screen Think sci-fi is all fi, no sci? Sally James shows that actually, fictional shows and films ...
- James: Solutions to Knotty Problems In Seattle Business, Sally http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/existe-viagra-en-crema James profiles James Olson, a Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center scientist who is ...
- James: Tweeting About “Emperor” Sally James, at HealthNewsReview.org, gives a rundown of the social media response to “The Emperor of ...
- Jarvis: Climate Change. It's Real. Isn’t it? Brooke Jarvis (@brookejarvis) that meterologists who take the long view see that the headline-grabbing ...
- Joyce: Citizens and Seabirds Jerry Joyce, of Moon Joyce Resources, coauthored a recent paper in Peer J, an up-and-coming open ...
- Joyce: State of the Sound Jerry Joyce, Moon Joyce Resources, is an editor on “2015 State of the Sound: Report on ...
- Kantor: 59×59 This summer, Sylvia Kantor left her job, bought a VW camper van, and set off to ...
- Kantor: Brewpub Roots Celebrating the Seahawks? Sylvia Kantor, writer for the College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, ...
- Kantor: Save the Bees Honeybee colony collapse, Sylvia Kantor @kantors discovers, might be halted by mycologists as well as entomologists. ...
- Kelley: Plan B for Earthlings? Peter Kelley describes a cluster of super-earths, recently discovered and just 22 light-years away, in a ...
- Keown: Immunotherapy Answers The vice president has questions, Susan Keown has answers. Joe Biden recently visited Fred Hutchinson Cancer ...
- Keown: Mir-acle In the 1980s, writes Susan Keown @sejkeown, two Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center scientists did research ...
- Kohm and Doermann: Conservation Becomes Anthropocene Kathryn Kohm and Lindsey Doermann, http://www.laviagraes.com/para-que-sirve-la-viagra who brought us the award-winning Conservation magazine, are now on the ...
- Koopmans: Pocket Rwanda New for your Kindle, Andy Koopman’s Rwanda (The Evolution of Africa’s Major Nations). If all you ...
- Krieger: Award Winner Emily Krieger continues to bust myths and entertain kids with her National Geographic Kids Myths Busted ...
- Krieger: Napoleon, Turkey, and the 5-second Rule Emily Krieger relieves our youth of misinformation in Myths Busted!: Just When You Thought You Knew ...
- Kuwana: Hot Summer at Children’s Science Day to staff hires—Ellen Kuwana covers it all for Seattle Children’s Center for Clinical and ...
- Kwok: Kavli Winner Congratulations to Roberta Kwok, on a Kavli Award-winning essay, “The Shocking Electric Eel,” in ScienceNews for ...
- Kwok: Not Just for the Barbie Roberta Kwok (@robertakwok) covers the latest science stories for Conservation This Week, including news from PNAS ...
- Kwok: Pot Shot Roberta Kwok, new at-large NSWA board member, answers a timely question for Washington and Colorado residents: ...
- Kwok: Rogue Bass In ScienceNews, Roberta Kwok tells a worrying tale of fish escaping from aquafarms. With deep reporting ...
- Kwok: Shakespeare’s Tarts Handwritten manuscripts from the 16th century are tough going for modern readers, writes Roberta Kwok in ...
- Kwok: The Marijuana Lottery Roberta Kwok, writing for The New Yorker, finds the ultimate Northwest science story: a techie’s solution ...
- Lang: Guiding Writers of Stats If you’ve stumbled over stats, Tom Lang can help. His new paper for the Equator Network ...
- Lang: You Sure? Tom Lang, science communication expert and coach, dissects an 11-word sentence from the abstract of a ...
- Langston: Data Deluge Hits Docs Jennifer Langston reports on a trend that is overwhelming physicians: patients bringing in detailed, self-collected health ...
- Larson: Hanging in There In her first story for Nautilus, Samantha Larson explains the science of dread and fear and ...
- Larson: Sound of Silence Samantha Larson takes a trip to the Hoh Rainforest in the Olympic National Park to hear…nothing. ...
- Larson: Where was Stormpocalypse? What happened? Samantha Larson visits meterologist Cliff Mass to find out why predictions of a massive ...
- Lauren: Blasting Off Hillary Lauren, Science Slug, reports from a tour to the NASA Space Center in Houston. Check ...
- Lindley and Olson: On St. Helens Get work from two NSWA members with just one click. Robin Lindley interviewed Steve Olson in ...
- Lindley: A History of Depression Robin Lindley explains the ups and downs of depression over the years in an interview with ...
- Lindley: Boy Wonder Robin Lindley interviews the 20-month-old inspiration for the new book Bending Time. Speaking for Seattle toddler Emery ...
- Lindley: Breaking the Suicide Silence February is film season. Robin Lindley talks with a documentary producer who is also a physician, ...
- Lindley: Mütter’s Marvelous Medicine Philadelphia tourists know him, writes Robin Lindley, because the city’s macabre medical museum bears his name. ...
- Lindley: Neuro-origins Fall means football, head injuries and neuroscience. Robin Lindley, writing for History News Network @myHNN, links ...
- Lindley: Neuroscience Backstory Neuroscience is a hot field but it has a long history, writes Robin Lindley for History ...
- Lindley: Ready for Flu Season Robin Lindley, , has reassuring news about pandemics in an interview with Dr Peter C. Doherty, ...
- Lindley: Smells Like Victory Robin Lindley interviews Robert Neer, author of a book on the history of napalm, for History ...
- Lindley: Suffering Better Robin Lindley’s in-depth interview with British historian Joanna Bourke covers the history, language, and personal experience ...
- Lockwood: Electronics Without (Too Much) Guilt And when you dump your old phone, Deirdre Lockwood has some good news about what might ...
- Long: A Bridge to Poetry Priscilla Long’s (@PriscillaLong) scientific prose is beautiful so of course, she is also a poet. Hear ...
- Long: A Time for Hope During the darkest month of the year, Priscilla Long muses on environmental disaster, species extinction, climate ...
- Long: Fire and Stone Approaching Priscilla Long’s collection of essays on humans and our origins is coming soon. Pre-order Fire and ...
- Long: From Personal Experience Priscilla Long shares the story of her late sister while explaining the science of schizophrenia in ...
- Long: LUCA to Lucas Priscilla Long is tracing the line from LUCA, the Last Universal Common Ancestor, to Lucas, her ...
- Long: One River, Many Angles In The Smithsonian, Priscilla Long (@pricillalong) gives us a tour of the Skagit River, a complex ...
- Long: Roundup Priscilla Long celebrates her second year of writing “Science Frictions” for The American Scholar with a ...
- Long: So Long…For Now Priscilla Long closes out “Science Frictions,” her column in The American Scholar, with a lovely ...
- Long: Your Hidden Pets Priscilla Long reminds us what we might have forgotten about spiders from basic biology class or ...
- Luce: A Mom’s Dilemma When Casey Luce’s daughter fell, Casey and the doctors thought she might have a concussion. Did ...
- Ma: Major Migration When the climate changes, animals move, Michelle Ma writes for UW Today. But as temperatures rise, ...
- Ma: The Sound of Music How does a cello sound through cochlear implants? Michelle Ma posts a simulation, before and after ...
- Main: All About OT A woman of many talents, Mali Main is, by day, Development & PR Coordinator for St. James ...
- Mapes: A News Series Reborn An award-winning newspaper series from Linda Mapes with stunning photos by Steve Ringman is now Elwha: ...
- Mapes: And the Winner Is… …Lynda Mapes, for the series “Elwha: The Grand Experiment.” The multimedia project described the ecological effects ...
- Martin: Go to Bed Up your game on the court and at the office with a simple tip from Michelle ...
- Matrajt + Weeks: Not for Women Only Graciela Matrajt announces a updated newsletter for the Association for Women in Science, Seattle Chapter. NSWA ...
- Matrajt: Go Girl New NSWA member Graciela Matrajt profiles local researchers for the Seattle Association for Women in Science. ...
- Matrajt: Quitting Time Scientists are tenacious but everyone has a limit. Graciela Matrajt profiles a researcher who was directing ...
- Matrajt: Science News Roundup Need to catch up on local science news? Graciela Matrajt writes for and edits the newsletter ...
- McCarthy: Decide for Yourself VOTE! And if you are unsure about the healthcare issue, Michael McCarthy has two articles for ...
- McCarthy: Decide for Yourself When, if ever, should you get your knees replaced? Michael McCarthy talks with an 88-year-old Seattle ...
- McCarthy: Drug Double-whammy Combination therapy is the future of cancer treatment, writes Michael McCarthy in the Puget Sound Business ...
- McCarthy: Not a Mystery Novel Simple tips from Michael McCarthy (@HealthGuide) can improve your scientific presentations. In NewsBeat for UW Health ...
- McCarthy: SCOTUS Watch Get a sane, objective guide to the Obamacare Supreme Court case—what’s happened so far and what ...
- McCarthy: White Cells v. Malaria Michael McCarthy, reporting for the University of Washington Health Sciences NewsBeat, sildenafil uso pediatrico talks with a ...
- McCarthy: Your Daily Dose Michael McCarthy now reports daily on health care business, global health policy, , and more for ...
- McElroy: Baby Talk We’re born to talk, writes NSWA Vice President Molly McElroy. She shows how researchers at the ...
- McElroy: How Little Ones Learn What goes on in a baby’s head? asks Molly McElroy. Out of professional and maternal curiosity, ...
- McElroy: Networking Ensued Linking to Molly McElroy’s NSWA post is bit ouroboric (a recent word of the day). But ...
- McElroy: Your Desk Is Not That Bad Or rather, the clutter in your workspace could be worse. How? Molly McElroy, public information officer ...
- McGillis: Art in Practice Branching out from science, Shaun McGillis @skmcg writes about a Portland State University program that brings ...
- McGuire: Full Fat or Skim? Michelle (Shelley) McGuire has a lot on her plate—and in her glass. Her recent scholarly article ...
- Merrick: Saving the Planet, Making Us Rich Tim Merrick of the Idaho U.S. Geological Survey makes a big pitch for geoscience in a ...
- Million-Weaver: Open Wide Sputum, writes Samuel Million-Weaver (@smwmarathonsam), is no fun. It’s gloppy. As a tuberculosis sample, it has ...
- Mills: Human Meaning David Mills and Infinity Box Theatre Project asked four teams of a playwright plus a geneticist ...
- Mills: NSWA On Stage David Mills of Infinity Box Theatre Project turned to NSWA to inspire Centrifuge, a science-theatre experiment. ...
- Miner: Berlin to Seattle, Minus HIV Did you know the Berlin Patient is from Seattle? Mindy Miner adds local color to the ...
- Miner: Biodiversity and You The microbes in and on your body might be more important for health than your genes. ...
- Miner: Who’s Who in Vaccine Research The monthly newsletter VIDD Vitals takes us inside Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Vaccine and Infectious ...
- Mónica Feliú-Mójer: Visual Wow Mónica Feliú-Mójer (@moefeliu) shows us how a personal website is done, highlighting her work as a ...
- Naam: Election Science In time for election day, Ramez Naam lays out the science of Washington State ballot initiative ...
- Neeley: Trust Me Truth or trust, what matters in science communication? Liz Neeley (@LizNeeley), assistant director of science Outreach ...
- Neeley: Your Compass to Communication THE hot, open-access journal series is PLoS, and Liz Neeley has a new article in PLoS ...
- Nelson: A Warm HUG Bryn Nelson shows how luxury, energy-efficiency, and art come together at a sustainable living campus. In ...
- Nelson: From Waste to Cancer Treatment Bryn Nelson follows leukemia patient Chris through an unusual stem cell transplant. Instead of receiving adult ...
- Nelson: Greensell Giant flatscreens and environmentalism are completely compatible in Bryn Nelson’s New York Times article on marketing ...
- Nelson: Risky Business Good news from Bryn Nelson (@SeattleBryn) about climate change? Writing for Nature, Bryn says that extreme weather, ...
- Nelson: Sane and Green Bryn Nelson tells us how to keep it real in the new : Everything You Need ...
- Nelson: Wasteful and Harmful More is not always better, writes Bryn Nelson (@SeattleBryn) in a comprehensive article about health care ...
- Nijhuis: Right There in Black and White Forget your camera phone, writes Michelle Nijhuis in the New Yorker. A 19th-century daguerreotype can be ...
- Nijhuis: Secret of Michelle’s Success Michelle Nijhuis (@nijhuism) knows how to write a great science article. In her new Kindle book, ...
- Nijhuis: Thank You, Rattlesnake …for giving us science writer Michelle Nijhuis. In the New York Times —a weekly pep talk ...
- NWABR: Teaching with Bioethics in PLoS Last month, it was artificial insemination and asthma in award-winning student essays. This month, NWABR, the ...
- Olson: Remembering the Volcano Mount St. Helens is still telling stories. And Steve Olson collects them in his new book ...
- Ostrander: Go GMOs Madeline Ostrander @madelinevo harvested a bumper crop of kudos and quarrels for her balanced article in ...
- Ostrander: Keystone Killer Turns Strategist Keystone XL is not dead, writes Madeline Ostrander. At least, http://www.laviagraes.com/viagras-naturales-caseras the political legacy of the oil ...
- Ostrander: Tips for Science Writers Madeline Ostrander @madelinevo also earned a 2014 NSWA Career Development Award (see Lynne Peeples, above). Madeline went ...
- Ostrom: Gut Feeling You’ve heard the talk show jokes. Now let Carol Ostrom of the Seattle Times explain the ...
- Ostrom: Whew. Why did Washington State legislators breathe a sigh of relief when health care reform was upheld? ...
- O’Brien: Sounding It Out We know our ABCs by sight, but could we learn them as machine-generated tones? Elle O’Brien ...
- Pajer: On Your Nook or Kindle Fans of Bernadette Pajer’s (@bpajer) Professor Bradshaw mystery series will want to get her new book, ...
- Pajer: Seattle, 1901: Edison v. Bradshaw What’s Thomas Edison looking for in Elliott Bay and can University of Washington Professor Benjamin Bradshaw ...
- Pajer: Think Globally, Read Locally In Bernadette Pajer‘s historical mysteries, crimes are solved not by a detective, a little old lady, ...
- Paulson and Seinfeld: Get the Jab? Tag-team reporting from Tom Paulson, former NSWA President, and Keith Seinfeld, current NSWA secretary, covers the ...
- Paulson: Ebola Explained In a podcast for Humanosphere, Tom Paulson talks with public health expert Laurie Garrett about Ebola. ...
- Paulson: Health Around the Globe The world’s best global health tourguide is Humanosphere, KPLU reporter (and former NSWA president) Tom Paulson’s ...
- Peeples: Climate Change Deal What’s the deal? Lynne Peeples explains the Paris COP21 agreement in her story for the Huffington ...
- Peeples: Fever It’s not just the planet that suffers from climate change, says Lynne Peeples @lynnepeeps—it’s all of us. ...
- Peeples: Get the Lead Out It’s in the water in Flint, MI. But Lynne Peeples also warns, in a feature for ...
- Perkowitz: Foreseeing the Criminal Future Sidney Perkowitz—author, artist, and physics professor—explores predictive policing in an essay for Aeon. Using statistical modeling ...
- Phillips: In the Dark about Resistance The parasite that causes malaria can become drug resistant, writes Melissa Lee Phillips for Nature News. ...
- Pinto-Santini: NextGen Biomed Researchers Back-to-school is around the corner so Delia Pinto-Santini shows us just what our local kids can ...
- Randall: Nature, Nurture, Good, Evil “The latest research on good, evil, and infants,” is the intriguing teaser for Rebecca Randall’s article ...
- Ressmeyer: Space, Science, Celebrities Whoopi Goldberg, Steve Wozniak, and the Mir Space Station don’t appear together often. But space, science, ...
- Reuter: A Steller Project Where are the Steller sea lions?, asks Rebecca Reuter in two features for the NOAA Alaska ...
- Reuter: Race and Culture, U.S.A. Rebecca Reuter and President Obama both come from Chicago. And both recently spoke out about race, ...
- Rickey: A Cloud is Born Tom Rickey, writing for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, tells about making a cloud in a laboratory ...
- Rickey: Beyond Genomics Genomics + proteomics, Tom Rickey writes, equals more power for characterizing the many alterations in genes ...
- Rickey: Moo to Goo Tom Rickey’s headline doesn’t lie: His news story and video for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory tells ...
- Rickey: River Liver Waterways don’t have actual organs. But Tom Rickey (@trickeyPNNL) makes a convincing case that a river’s ...
- Roach: Cybercockroaches Biofuel-cell-powered cockroaches? Yes, reports NWSA board member John Roach in a Future of Tech post for ...
- Roach: Green Research The holidays are a chance to catch up on the year’s stack of magazines and newsletters. ...
- Roach: Megawatts John Roach visits Glacier, Washington for the crisp mountain air and the big batteries. In a ...
- Roach: What’s Up at MSFTR John Roach is churning out great pieces for Microsoft Research these days. Follow @MSFTResearch and @byjohnroach ...
- Rochman: Funny, Factual Sex Ed In New York Times Magazine, Bonnie Rochman @brochman tells of taking her 10-year-old daughter to For ...
- Rochman: Mothers Benefit from Invention It all starts with a bikelight in Bonnie Rochman’s New York Times magazine story, “The MacGyver ...
- Rochman: The Genome Generation Bonnie Rochman has written about parenting and she has written about genetic testing. Her new book, ...
- Roseth: Improvisation and Inspiration Bob Roseth gets a chance to profile a modern jazz great, guitarist Bill Frisell. The occasion? ...
- Ross Scanlan: Art, Poetry, Reviews, More Blue Lyra Review, Adrienne Ross Scanlan’s literary journal, is an eclectic collection of visual art, book ...
- Ross Scanlan: From Pest to Prize Pregnancy put Adrienne Ross Scanlan in a pensive mood. In a post for the City Creatures ...
- Ross Scanlan: Northwest Story For readers on your gift list, Adrienne Ross Scanlan has a new book, Turning Homeward: Restoring ...
- Ruth: Cloudgazer Natural history writer Maria Mudd Ruth launches a new book next month. In A Sideways Look ...
- Ruth: What’s This Bird’s Secret? You’ll have to read Maria Mudd Ruth’s book, Rare Bird: Pursuing the Mystery of the Marbled ...
- Ryan: Hospital Investigation John Ryan follows the investigation of a murder and a suicide in Washington’s largest psychiatric hospital ...
- Scanlan: Nature and Nurture Hope is part of nature, and part of human nature, writes Adrienne Ross Scanlan in an ...
- Schatz: The Eclipse, For Kids Dennis Schatz is prepping us for the major solar eclipse this summer. His new children’s book, When ...
- Schatz: Your August Eclipse Guide Dennis Schatz’s book, Solar Science: Exploring Sunspots, Seasons, Eclipses, and More, written with Andrew Fraknoi, is ...
- Scheiderer: Chasing Venus Greg Scheiderer would let neither wind nor rain nor Seattle’s clouds stop him from seeing the ...
- Scheiderer: Star Showers Greg Scheiderer @gscheiderer keeps tabs on the meteors for us: the Geminids now and the Perseids ...
- Scigliano: Everybody Out on the Floor Hip-hop, salsa, and Cambodian folk dancing—Eric Scigliano got down in November at South Seattle’s World Dance ...
- Scigliano: Global Warming’s Evil Twin We thought we’d heard the last of acid rain, but a story by Eric Scigliano at OnEarth.org is a reminder ...
- Scigliano: Never Forget Eric Scigliano is hot on the trail of the Woodland Park Zoo elephants. In a series ...
- Scigliano: Northwest Facts and Photos Eric Scigliano @SeattleFlotsam contributed to two new books about our region. The 2015 Puget Sound Fact ...
- Scigliano: Star Gazing Eric Scigliano @SeattleFlotsam is investigating mysteries. In a story for NOAA, he looks into an enigmatic ...
- Seinfeld: Guidance, Not Handcuffs KPLU’s Keith Seinfeld, while dodging anarchists in downtown Seattle, managed to talk with Dr. Donald Berwick, ...
- Seinfeld: Spermcycle Delivers Learn about the Seattle Sperm Bank’s low carbon footprint delivery viagra canadian pharmacy system in this NPR ...
- Seinfeld: Sunshine RV for Health Keith Seinfeld writes about an “RV with a splash of sunshine” for Public Health Insider. The ...
- Sellman: Raising Nature Lovers Go for a hike in the woods with Tamara Sellman @SleepyHeadCtrl and her family. “Intersections,” her ...
- Sellman: Waking Up to 2015 At Sleepyhead Central, Tamara Kaye Sellman answers your questions about sleep: why we do it, what ...
- Sellman: Wild OATs Tamara Sellman has good news for people with obstructive sleep apnea: oral appliance therapy (OAT). Tamara ...
- Serikawa: Personalizing the Nudge Where there’s an app there’s a way, writes Kyle Serikawa (@kyleserikawa) in Xconomy. Right now, activity ...
- Sharp: Swimming and Surviving Elizabeth Sharpe, Communication Director, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington ...
- Sharpe: Brain Deep An effective Parkinson’s therapy, writes Elizabeth Sharpe, involves installing electrodes, wires, and a battery in a ...
- Sharpe: Down the Drain Think before flushing, writes Elizabeth Sharpe. Unused medicines sent down toilets wash into our waterways. University ...
- Sharpe: Fowler for Fowls Yes, Elizabeth Sharpe interviewed a scientist named Fowler who does chicken research. The project is serious, ...
- Silberner: Cancer Around the Globe We know her voice from NPR. Now, follow her around the world in her latest project. ...
- Silberner: Learn From the Masters What makes an outstanding science story? Learn from Joanne Silberner, an experienced science reporter who teaches ...
- Silberner: More Accolades Have we mentioned that you must read the Joanne Silberner (@jsilberner) series on cancer worldwide? Don’t ...
- Silberner: Pressing Research Numbers. Contacts. Advance notice. Joanne Silberner (@jsilberner), artist-in-residence at the University of Washington, tells scientists exactly ...
- Silberner: ‘Round the Warming World You haven’t heard the worst about climate change, writes Joanne Silberner @jsilberner, freelance writer and University ...
- Silburner: Global Reporting and More If you’ve been following Joanne Silburner’s work since she moved to the Northwest, you know she’s ...
- Snow Landa: Just in Time for August Amy Snow Landa is an expert health writer and communicator (see @amylanda and her Seattle Times ...
- Solis: Opioid Dangers Heroin, writes Michele Solis, didn’t disappear in the 90s with the Spice Girls. Heroin addiction is ...
- Solomon: Cute Even When Dead Veterinary pathologists are busy up north, writes Chris Solomon. In Outside Magazine, he profiles one of ...
- Solomon: Stop the Pollutagens Sea otters look carefree. But Christopher Solomon (@chrisasolomon) reports in Scientific American that they have every reason ...
- Sorensen: Finds Nemo Eric Sorensen tells us about a California surfer dude turned Hawaiian marine biologist, conservation ecologist, and ...
- Sorensen: May I Have Your Attention Please Reading tweets is more interesting than working. Kids like stuff that flashes. Talking on the phone ...
- Sorensen: On the Nose Eric Sorensen writes that when state regulators field complaints about bad smells, they can run tests ...
- Sorensen: Shut Eye In a combination detective story and science report, Eric Sorensen, Science Writer for Washington State Magazine/WSU ...
- Sorensen: Solving the Mesa Verde Mystery Washington State University scientists, writes Eric Sorensen, are using cutting-edge methods to learn about 700-year-old technology. ...
- Sorensen: Wonder No More A bread revolution is coming, writes Eric Sorensen (@WSUDiscovery), and it’s starting here in the Northwest. ...
- SOSEA: e-Life After Death Liz Neeley, Brian Glanz and other online, tech-savvy, e-genuises from ScienceOnlineSeattle (#sosea) recently discussed “What happens ...
- Spitzer: Good Things in Small Packages …like your podcast player set to Gabriel Spitzer’s Sound Effect. Every Saturday from 10 to 11 ...
- Spitzer: See the Invisible Gabriel Spitzer (@gabrielspitzer) of KPLU has another striking episode of his weekly show, “Sound Effects.” Dark ...
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