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Stories by Susan Swanberg

The Moth Hunters

Bathed in violet light, two men search the white expanse of cloth, oblivious to their surroundings. Disoriented insects of various shapes and sizes swoop around the men’s heads.

May 29, 2013 — Susan Swanberg

Rock Tasting at Biosphere 2

With a mischievous grin and gleaming dark eyes, Dr. Dragos Zaharescu raises a small spatula to his lips and tastes. At his feet are four containers, each filled with a different type of ground rock—granite, basalt, rhyolite or schist...

December 11, 2012 — Susan Swanberg

A Scientific American

My father didn’t go to college, but he was a scientist. After he died, I inherited his old copies of Scientific American—dating from the 1960s to the early 2000s.

April 29, 2012 — Susan Swanberg
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Memorial Day Flash Sale

Memorial Day Flash Sale

How Smartphones Affect Mental Health