Author: Alexandra Ossola
When hormones in oral contraceptives are less effective, obese women need a new strategy to prevent unwanted pregnancy
Superlatives aren’t just for high school.
Why one area in South America sees thousands of strikes per night
Love it or hate it, you can’t avoid it.
Despite what you may have read, it’s not so cut-and-dry
The biggest tech sector you’ve never heard of
Old drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico house a surprising bounty, if we can figure out how to preserve them safely.
How one government organization has brought America’s overfished populations back from the brink.
Architect Adam Yarinsky designs a New York City that faces rising seas
What can the genetics of a centuries-old plant virus tell us about modern food security?
Alexandra Ossola has an intimate experience with her own mind, in the name of science.
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Will a warming climate and rising sea levels make the riverbanks too unsafe to live?
Healers used them for centuries, and now the little bloodsuckers are back in the hands of doctors and surgeons
Keep it green when it’s getting red-hot
Researchers reach out to citizen scientists to identify species
Scandal in the science writing community yields discussion of sexual harassment
The impending crisis you haven’t heard about