Author: Andrew Grant

Why will it take so long to fix the Large Hadron Collider?

Why will it take so long to fix the Large Hadron Collider?

Asks Matthew from Virginia

By Andrew Grant | Posted September 29, 2008

If a person doesn’t sleep for three days, does he/she become legally insane?

If a person doesn’t sleep for three days, does he/she become legally insane?

Asks Nicole from New Jersey

By Andrew Grant | Posted August 4, 2008

Inside the “Vaccine Court”

Inside the “Vaccine Court”

A court with no judge, no jury and a controversial treatment of science takes center stage in the autism-vaccine debate.

By Andrew Grant | Posted July 25, 2008

From Autoimmunity to HIV

By Andrew Grant | Posted June 11, 2008

What a Difference a Cell Makes

What a Difference a Cell Makes

The battle against autoimmune disorders may come down to a newly discovered cell.

By Andrew Grant | Posted

Catching Some Rays

Catching Some Rays

A new experiment uses New York City’s rooftop water tanks as cosmic ray detectors.

By Andrew Grant | Posted May 2, 2008

Does a full moon actually affect people’s behavior?

Does a full moon actually affect people’s behavior?

– Asks Sue from Long Island, N.Y.

By Andrew Grant | Posted March 31, 2008

A Debate Worth Watching

By Andrew Grant | Posted February 13, 2008

So should I eat chocolate or not?

By Andrew Grant | Posted January 23, 2008

Forecasting Phenom

Forecasting Phenom

A 27-year-old spearheads the nation’s premier hurricane forecast.

By Andrew Grant | Posted January 9, 2008

Long-term Forecasting

Long-term Forecasting

Scientists use environmental and historical data to predict hurricanes months in advance.

By Andrew Grant | Posted

Healing the Pros

Healing the Pros

A company proposes using stem cells to treat professional athletes’ injuries.

By Andrew Grant | Posted December 21, 2007

What happened to the hurricanes?

A brief look at the 2007 storm season.

By Andrew Grant | Posted December 8, 2007