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Kathryn Doyle

Kathryn Doyle

Kathryn Doyle recently graduated from the College of the Holy Cross, having majored in biology and English. Undergraduate studies led her to a small field research station in Mexico for a few months in pursuit of whales and to a summer at Universita Ca’Foscari in Venice, Italy, in the more relaxing pursuit of travel writing. She is happy to let life take her back to New York, her home state, and to SHERP. @doyleschmoyle

December 3, 2012

The pleasures and perils of our favorite streaming service

September 7, 2012

"Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf?"*

July 13, 2012

In case you missed it

May 18, 2012

A woman's thoughts on men's thoughts about women in the sciences

March 21, 2012

These threatened species are unexpectedly surviving, even harnessing, global warming

March 15, 2012

I wind my way down through the spandrels and tendons of the Upper West Side, one Sunday morning. I bank east through Central Park, seeing almost no one. The streets […]

January 19, 2012

Science answers that timeless question: who's your daddy?

January 1, 2012

What's left on our science to-do list before the Mayan doomsday arrives

December 21, 2011

A hedge fund manager and his battalion of scientists are hunting down a cure for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

December 6, 2011

The key to being an early bird

October 17, 2011

Light pollution threatens humans, animals


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