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Stories by Geoff Brumfiel

Russian Meteor Largest in Century

The explosion rivaled a nuclear blast, but the space rock was still too small for existing advance-warning networks to spot

February 15, 2013 — Geoff Brumfiel and Nature magazine

Magnetic Logic Makes for Mutable Computer Chips

A new alternative transistor relies on a semiconductor that can be switched with magnetism instead of electricity. The approach could help make circuitry more malleable and lead to more efficient and reliable gadgets

January 30, 2013 — Geoff Brumfiel and Nature magazine
North Korea Suspends Nuclear Testing

North Korea Suspends Nuclear Testing

The U.S. offers food aid in exchange for moratorium on uranium enrichment and weapons testing

February 29, 2012 — Geoff Brumfiel and Nature magazine

Fukushima Crisis Is Still Hazy

Chaos and bureaucracy hamper assessment of nuclear crisis

September 7, 2011 — David Cyranoski, Geoff Brumfiel and Nature magazine

Stand Up for Science Journalism!

Staying informed has never been more important.