July 3, 2009 Environment As mangrove forests shrink worldwide, a menagerie of specially adapted animals that depend on them are at risk, too Katherine Harmon October 8, 2009 The Sciences Putting the very small on the big stage, the 35th annual Nikon Small World Competition awards top images Katherine Harmon March 1, 2010 Mind & Brain Katherine Harmon March 2010 10.1038/scientificamerican0310-18a February 14, 2012 The Sciences Is monogamy a myth even in the animal kingdom? Not necessarily. A look at animals that are said to pair off for life Katherine Harmon February 1, 2013 Evolution Katherine Harmon Scientific American Volume 308, Issue 2 July 1, 2010 The Sciences Mat of microbes the size of Greece discovered on seafloor Katherine Harmon July 2010 10.1038/scientificamerican0710-22a June 5, 2009 The Sciences Fungi hunters and hikers beware, here are seven super toxic mushrooms to avoid Katherine Harmon April 1, 2010 Biology Katherine Harmon April 2010 May 7, 2009 The Sciences From hydrating to getting a good night's sleep, two dermatologists explain which home treatments actually work--and why Katherine Harmon May 1, 2010 The Sciences Katherine Harmon May 2010 Originally published as "Cold Snap: A Secret of The Chameleons Tongue Revealed" in May 2010 February 1, 2012 Evolution The new monarch genome gives clues to how the butterflies travel Katherine Harmon February 2012 10.1038/scientificamerican0212-20b May 4, 2009 The Sciences A weeklong look into the cutting-edge treatments and age-old cures that promise to keep people looking their best Katherine Harmon February 1, 2013 Biology Real-time genetic sequencing could keep hospital outbreaks in check Katherine Harmon Scientific American Volume 308, Issue 2 10.1038/scientificamerican0213-17b Originally published as "Stopping Superbugs" in Scientific American Volume 308, Issue 2 November 13, 2009 Health From satellites to bacteria, researchers are searching high and low for the best tools to eradicate malaria Katherine Harmon December 31, 2009 Biology Few flying cars and no fountains of youth: Since 2000 many old science goals have remained as far away as ET's signals Katherine Harmon May 29, 2009 The Sciences From the smallest sea horse to a naturally decaffeinated coffee tree, the International Institute for Species Exploration's annual top 10 list proves that Earth is still full of bizarre and fascinating plants and animals awaiting human discovery... Katherine Harmon September 17, 2010 Biology A flood of new tyrannosaur finds is helping to shed light on how their gargantuan successor developed Katherine Harmon February 24, 2009 Health About one in seven soldiers has suffered a mild brain injury, and a new study finds that the effects can linger Katherine Harmon July 13, 2009 Evolution Political unrest between occupying Chinese and local Vietnamese groups--not climate change or agriculture--led to a surge in the frequency of fires Katherine Harmon June 1, 2009 Environment Katherine Harmon Earth 3.0 - Population & Sustainability 10.1038/scientificamericanearth0609-4a Support Science Journalism
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