Author: Stephanie Warren

Grilling for geeks

Grilling for geeks

The science of the perfect burger

By Stephanie Warren | Posted July 2, 2011

Rethinking food labels

Rethinking food labels

Contest calls for better nutrition label design, but would that be enough?

By Stephanie Warren | Posted June 30, 2011

HAL lives, breathes, is infected with toxins

HAL lives, breathes, is infected with toxins

The virtual future of biomedical research

By Stephanie Warren | Posted June 27, 2011

Don't like your veggies? Blame your genes.

Don’t like your veggies? Blame your genes.

New paper explores genes that make foods taste bitter

By Stephanie Warren | Posted April 1, 2011

The case of the malodorous infant

The case of the malodorous infant

Food choices during pregnancy can have astounding effects

By Stephanie Warren | Posted March 25, 2011

Why does red wine give me a headache?

Why does red wine give me a headache?

Scientists aren’t sure. But here’s what we do know.

By Stephanie Warren | Posted March 10, 2011

Healthy mind, healthy body, healthy DNA?

Healthy mind, healthy body, healthy DNA?

Study explores potential link between a positive mental state and a long, healthy life

By Stephanie Warren | Posted March 9, 2011

"C" is for chemistry

“C” is for chemistry

Science you didn’t know you were doing

By Stephanie Warren | Posted February 24, 2011

The bottle as beaker

The bottle as beaker

A New York vintner discusses the role of science in winemaking

By Stephanie Warren and Ritchie King | Posted December 28, 2010

(Don't) Be Still My Heart

(Don’t) Be Still My Heart

“Beating heart” transplants to be evaluated in study

By Stephanie Warren | Posted December 9, 2010

Some African-American Mothers “Just Don’t Want to” Breastfeed, Study Claims

Some African-American Mothers “Just Don’t Want to” Breastfeed, Study Claims

But experts think the right techniques can change attitudes

By Stephanie Warren | Posted

Want to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Broccoli?

Want to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Broccoli?

According to researchers, you can just plop them in front of a video game

By Stephanie Warren | Posted December 8, 2010

New Discovery May Help Plants Grow in Cold Climates

New Discovery May Help Plants Grow in Cold Climates

Genetic tweaks could someday let us farm the tundra

By Stephanie Warren | Posted October 26, 2010

No More Needles

No More Needles

Non-invasive medical tools could soon be the norm

By Stephanie Warren | Posted October 11, 2010