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Stories by Veronique Greenwood

The Woman Who Stared at Wasps

The biologist Joan Strassmann discusses the evolution of cooperation, how amoebas can teach us about competition, and why the definition of “organism” needs an overhaul

December 1, 2015 — Veronique Greenwood and Quanta Magazine

Networks Untangle Malaria's Deadly Shuffle

The world’s most dangerous malaria parasite shuffles its genes in a clever attempt to avoid the immune system. A new approach has begun to reveal how the process works

October 27, 2015 — Veronique Greenwood and Quanta Magazine

Curing the Common Cold

Be careful what you wish for. The remedies may be far worse than the illness

December 27, 2010 — Veronique Greenwood