Author: Jennifer Moser

How much of the outside world can a fetus perceive?

How much of the outside world can a fetus perceive?

– asks Mary from California

By Jennifer Moser | Posted August 20, 2007

To Sleep, Perchance to Breathe

To Sleep, Perchance to Breathe

A night in New York University’s Sleep Disorders Center.

By Jennifer Moser | Posted July 27, 2007

Green Cabs

Green Cabs

How environmentally savvy is your urban chariot?

By Jennifer Moser | Posted July 20, 2007

AIDS by the Numbers

AIDS by the Numbers

The New York Blood Center’s Beryl Koblin, HIV vaccine vigilante

By Jennifer Moser | Posted July 11, 2007

Soggy Slopes

Soggy Slopes

Global warming may melt winter tourism.

By Jennifer Moser | Posted June 20, 2007

Explorations in Neuroscience

Explorations in Neuroscience

An NYU professor’s career has taken him from the brain’s evolution to the future of drug delivery.

By Jennifer Moser | Posted March 30, 2007

Fly me to the moon … for a gourmet soap opera!

Despite the scientific research going on aboard the space station and the shuttles, space exploration has become largely a source of entertaining stories.

By Jennifer Moser | Posted March 15, 2007

Mortality: mine … and Earth’s?

Are the frightening projections of global warming’s effects occurring sooner than we think?

By Jennifer Moser | Posted December 12, 2006

Why does cold weather make me crave heavy food?

Why does cold weather make me crave heavy food?

–asks Jake from Gainesville, Florida.

By Jennifer Moser | Posted November 27, 2006

Slippery Skull Flaps and Falling Fragments

Slippery Skull Flaps and Falling Fragments

Neurosurgeons may disinfect and replace bone flaps dropped on the floor during surgery.

By Jennifer Moser | Posted November 6, 2006