Author: Mary Beth Griggs
An encounter with MRSA, the scourge of the health care world
Nerd gifts and changing times
Scienceline’s editors are excited to unveil our first ever iPad App
A star (ruby) is born
Mondays making you blue? Here’s a mineral for you.
Warding off evil spirits and bacteria for millennia
So what do minerals teach us anyway?
Mineral names, elements switching places, and olivine!
The mineral behind fluorescence takes center stage
Since Talk Like a Pirate Day fell on a Monday this week, it got supplanted by Mineral Monday, but pirates can’t be ignored for long…
Fall is here, and that means Mineral Mondays are back! This Monday features the exquisitely named cinnabar.
How pathogens are threatening the health of American trees and forests
There’s a lot going on up in the sky
A few people are fighting to give the city’s injured wildlife a second chance
Or, how weather can relate to geology
Smokeless in the city
Mineral Monday: Orpiment and Realgar
Aggregation of news and blog coverage of the 3/11/2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan
Mineral Monday: Kaolinite
Archaeologists look into whether Neanderthals copied human tools or innovated their own designs
February’s birthstone, and a new way to prevent drunkenness?
A slideshow of some curious characters, and their tracks.
Watching grass grow just got a lot more interesting
Curious monkeys might exist outside of children’s fiction
The Clelia II’s recent troubles in Antarctic waters bring up questions about tourism regulation in the Antarctic
GPS analysis allows scientists to better forecast earthquake hazards
Children hurl insults during Catapult Month at the New York Hall of Science: “No, YOU’RE a projectile!”
How Two Species of Mexican Cave Fish Evolved