Ariel Bleicher • July 9, 2010
The American Academy of Pediatrics’ short-lived policy revision on female circumcision ignites debate over how best to eradicate the practice
Ariel Bleicher • June 1, 2010
The BBC displays 59 pages of supercomputing statistics on one-third of a page.
Ariel Bleicher • May 30, 2010
Is biological engineering the beginning of a new technology revolution?
Ariel Bleicher • May 29, 2010
A renewable energy company in Seattle discovers a new way to brew biochemicals.
Ariel Bleicher • March 28, 2010
The findings suggest the American Southwest is headed for prolonged drought
Ariel Bleicher • March 24, 2010
How trend-averse parents came to live in an Emily-saturated society
Ariel Bleicher • February 26, 2010
Could garage biology inspire a new generation of inventors?
Ariel Bleicher • February 15, 2010
Boozing Bats Are Still Expert Fliers
Ariel Bleicher • January 27, 2010
A molecular biologist gives a common organism a remarkable skill using man-made genes
Ariel Bleicher • November 14, 2009
An unusual team builds a pipetting robot out of Legos for a genetic engineering competition
Ariel Bleicher • November 4, 2009
India’s biotech regulator says genetically engineered eggplant is safe for commercial use, but critics argue otherwise.