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Dyani Sabin

Dyani Sabin spent her undergraduate career at Oberlin College chasing crayfish through streams, stage-managing musicals, and reading Russian literature. Upon graduating with her biology degree in 2014, she stalled going into research and became the evening supervisor at a library instead. There, she discovered science journalism, and fell in love with exploring the relationship between science and people. Thrilled to be a SHERPie, she loves horseback riding, exclaiming about cool birds, and knitting.

August 8, 2016

After you screw up, your brain slows down — and researchers are getting closer to understanding why

July 18, 2016

A Chinese fishing technique could slow Asian carp’s steady march toward the Great Lakes

April 27, 2016

The science behind alcohol’s heat

April 5, 2016

Finding the science hidden in fantasy novels

April 4, 2016

Try deer — the healthy, environmentally friendly option

March 29, 2016

Feeding bees in New York City

February 21, 2016

Mixing ordinary odors to create death’s perfume

February 7, 2016

EPA awards Lorain, Ohio, $15 million for Black River restoration

January 25, 2016

They left an impact on the environment still felt today

January 17, 2016

Eco-artist Ellie Irons finds beauty in Brooklyn

January 11, 2016

Massive radiation pulses occasionally rock the Earth – and they’re still a mystery

December 18, 2015

The importance of games and low-key everyday math

November 9, 2015

New images of Pluto may hold clues to the origin of life on earth

 
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