Posts in: new york city

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 Cranking down the heat

Cranking down the heat

One man’s mission to fix a steamy New York energy problem

By | Posted May 16, 2014

Q&A: Earning a "C" on an NYC restaurant inspection

Q&A: Earning a “C” on an NYC restaurant inspection

With 24 years of business under his belt, Maury Rubin of The City Bakery thinks New York City should take a few cues from the West Coast in grading its restaurants

By | Posted May 12, 2014

Bound by biscotti

Bound by biscotti

A grouchy baker would love to serve you — unless she kicks you out first

By | Posted May 7, 2014

Preparing for the flood

Preparing for the flood

Architect Adam Yarinsky designs a New York City that faces rising seas

By | Posted April 28, 2014

AUDIO: What's it like to float in sensory deprivation?

AUDIO: What’s it like to float in sensory deprivation?

Alexandra Ossola has an intimate experience with her own mind, in the name of science.

By | Posted April 4, 2014

Click by scroll, gonna make this garden grow

Click by scroll, gonna make this garden grow

Organic gardener and blogger Frank Meuschke cultivates crops online.

By | Posted April 2, 2014

Science cartoonist Sidney Harris doesn’t draw “funny style”

Science cartoonist Sidney Harris doesn’t draw “funny style”

Harris communicates science with minimal line work

By | Posted January 31, 2014

Is my exposed brick wall bad for the climate?

Is my exposed brick wall bad for the climate?

Yes, but insulating can reduce my carbon footprint and save money

By | Posted December 4, 2013

The high cost of carbon in city trees

The high cost of carbon in city trees

They stymy climate change, but for a premium

By | Posted October 18, 2013

Building our genetic identity [Image Credit: epsos.de via flickr]

Do our genetic profiles define us?

Four views on genetic identity and privacy

By | Posted October 2, 2013

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