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Stories by Gunjan Sinha15 articles archived since 1845

How science helped bring down the Berlin Wall

BERLIN—On November 9, 1918, a German politician announced the creation of the new democratic nation of Germany. Twenty years later on November 9, 1938, the Nazis destroyed synagogues and killed dozens to hundreds of Jews, beginning the pogroms that sent thousands more to concentration camps.

November 9, 2009 — Gunjan Sinha
Soccer Goes Green

Soccer Goes Green

At the world cup, a new way to offset carbon emissions

July 24, 2006 — Gunjan Sinha
Pumping Coal

Pumping Coal

Coming soon to the U.S.: Cleaner diesel from dirty coal

May 15, 2006 — Gunjan Sinha

Bugs and Drugs

Gut bacteria could determine how well medicines work

November 1, 2005 — Gunjan Sinha
Training the Brain

Training the Brain

Cognitive therapy as an alternative to ADHD drugs

July 11, 2005 — Gunjan Sinha
The Diet That Fits

The Diet That Fits

Analyzing metabolism for personalized nutrition

February 28, 2005 — Gunjan Sinha
Outsourcing Drug Work

Outsourcing Drug Work

Pharmaceuticals ship R&D and clinical trials to India

August 16, 2004 — Gunjan Sinha

Bad Medicine

Why data from drug companies may be hard to swallow

February 1, 2003 — Gunjan Sinha

Pump It Up

A new implant sustains heart patients waiting for transplants

November 1, 1996 — Gunjan Sinha

Smog From Space

Pollution photographed from the space shuttle helps to quantify global cooling

September 1, 1996 — Gunjan Sinha

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