Author: Arielle Duhaime-Ross

Originally from Montreal, Arielle is a jock who loves photography, making graphics and attending poetry slams. She discovered a passion for science writing while studying the territorial behaviors of the red-backed salamander for her undergraduate thesis, and now interns for Quartz, where she writes about science and tech that impacts the economy. Follow her on Twitter @ArielleDRoss and check out her website, arielleduhaimeross.com.

We just published a monthly iPad app

We just published a monthly iPad app

Scienceline gets (slightly) more tech-savvy

By Naveena Sadasivam and Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted April 29, 2013

No molecule left unchecked

No molecule left unchecked

New X-ray technology is about to make it a lot harder to plant a bomb on a plane

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted March 26, 2013

Changing trajectories

Changing trajectories

Activist Claudia Astorino advocates for intersex human rights

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted February 23, 2013

The big switch

The big switch

One drug is dismantling the lethal injection protocol, shot by shot

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted February 22, 2013

Human mating behavior gets a bassline

Human mating behavior gets a bassline

Rapper Baba Brinkman talks about online dating in his latest science-themed play

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted December 19, 2012

Bounce off me and stick to you

Bounce off me and stick to you

An infographic on the ins and outs of glue

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted December 15, 2012

A brush with sound

A brush with sound

Dorit Chrysler, virtuoso of the theremin

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross and Rachel Feltman | Posted December 10, 2012

Impressionist or cubist? Bee-ats me!

Impressionist or cubist? Bee-ats me!

Pigeons and honeybees discriminate between artistic styles

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted December 3, 2012

Soothing the savage beast

Soothing the savage beast

Researchers explore animals’ musical preferences

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted November 10, 2012

The science is the message

The science is the message

Artist Joana Ricou discusses her biology-inspired art

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted October 28, 2012

Musicians hear best over the din

Musicians hear best over the din

Scientists demonstrate that musicians are better at understanding speakers in noisy environments

By Arielle Duhaime-Ross | Posted October 17, 2012