Author: Katherine Tweed

New York University Journalism Department Fails to Recycle

By Katherine Tweed | Posted November 19, 2008

Deadly Tuberculosis Maybe Not So Deadly, Study Finds

Deadly Tuberculosis Maybe Not So Deadly, Study Finds

Researchers get aggressive with drug-resistant strains of TB and see promising results.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted October 10, 2008

Red Tide

By Katherine Tweed | Posted September 24, 2008

Why can’t I use my iPod during takeoff and landing when I fly?

Asks Thomas from Sherborn, Mass.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted September 8, 2008

What’s going on with Ebola? I thought it was going to kill us all.

What’s going on with Ebola? I thought it was going to kill us all.

Asks Spencer from Madison, Wisconsin.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted August 25, 2008

Malaria and Monogamy

Malaria and Monogamy

Drs. Nussenzweig have only one love besides each other: the quest for a malaria vaccine.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted June 20, 2008

PETA goes carnivore

By Katherine Tweed | Posted April 29, 2008

Still too many plastic bags

By Katherine Tweed | Posted March 6, 2008

Don’t Kill Your TV: Recycle It!

By Katherine Tweed | Posted February 4, 2008

The Father of DNA Barcoding

The Father of DNA Barcoding

One man is revolutionizing how every species on the planet is identified.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted February 1, 2008

How do they make the first down line appear on the football field during a game?

How do they make the first down line appear on the football field during a game?

– Asks Michelle in Brooklyn, NY

By Katherine Tweed | Posted January 14, 2008

Unlocking the Mystery of Red Tide

Unlocking the Mystery of Red Tide

After more than 20 years, researchers make a key discovery about red tide toxins, with some surprising applications.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted December 19, 2007

Move Over Medicine, Honey’s Here

A natural treatment might work better than over the counter cold remedies.

By Katherine Tweed | Posted December 4, 2007