Author: Nick Stockton

Nick Stockton decided at the age of six that he wanted to be a paleontologist. Like many heartfelt decisions made at that age, he did not follow through. Instead, he filled the dinosaur-sized hole in his life with submarine rides, bicycle trips, and many fine days in the woods. He earned his degree in geography from Portland State University, and until recently has been a lifelong resident of various locales in the great Western states.

Here's how NYC is going to start turning its food scraps into power

Here’s how NYC is going to start turning its food scraps into power

Inside the brown energy movement

By Nick Stockton | Posted December 20, 2013

Breast-feeding – not just for ladies anymore

Breast-feeding – not just for ladies anymore

A top-down guide for bros with babies

By Nick Stockton | Posted June 19, 2013

Cold, allergy, what's the difference? Either way you're drowning in snot

Cold, allergy, what’s the difference? Either way you’re drowning in snot

Non-drowsy relief for your inflammatory confusion

By Nick Stockton | Posted May 24, 2013

VIDEO: The ingredients of the New York accent

VIDEO: The ingredients of the New York accent

How immigration shaped the famous accent

By Nick Stockton and Naveena Sadasivam | Posted May 16, 2013

Coyote Portrait

Taking shots in the dark

Coyote populations continue to grow, despite being a popular hunting target

By Nick Stockton | Posted March 31, 2013

VIDEO: Sweeping up after Sandy

VIDEO: Sweeping up after Sandy

How one Brooklyn community begins to recover from the hurricane

By Ben Guarino and Nick Stockton | Posted February 11, 2013

Artificial (emotional) intelligence

Artificial (emotional) intelligence

Design is the key to health care robots finding success in our sympathetic nature

By Nick Stockton | Posted January 19, 2013

A rich life among the dead

A rich life among the dead

Robert Hicks wants to show you his tumors, his bones and his jars of fetuses

By Nick Stockton | Posted January 6, 2013

Q&A: The globalization of infectious disease

Q&A: The globalization of infectious disease

Science writer David Quammen talks about his new book “Spillover”

By Nick Stockton | Posted November 23, 2012

Nobel Prize in physics awarded to quantum mechanics researchers

Nobel Prize in physics awarded to quantum mechanics researchers

Two researchers, an American and a Frenchman, won this year’s million dollar prize.

By Nick Stockton | Posted October 9, 2012