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Kelly Slivka

Kelly Slivka finished up her B.A. in English and evolutionary biology at the University of Colorado, after which she traded amber waves of grain for actual waves of water. The past three years, she’s been stalking endangered whales on the East Coast for various conservation and research institutions, a profession that has given her plenty of fodder for fascinating science writing, but no feasible outlet. Now, through NYU’s Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program she’s moved on to stalking all things new and cool in science and sharing it with, well, everyone! You can learn more about Kelly on her website, www.kellyslivka.com, and follow her on Twitter @k_sliv.

August 4, 2012

Even science -- or especially science -- is better to music

August 1, 2012

A lifetime climber both shapes and is shaped by the mountains

June 2, 2012

Animal webcams make peeping Toms of us all

May 21, 2012

Keeping up with New York City's feathered underdogs

May 10, 2012

Hybrid taxicabs are on the rise in NYC, but their growth is limited

April 6, 2012

A few facts about your favorite furry friends

March 23, 2012

With advances in knowledge and technology, the planetarium experience is now cooler than ever

February 16, 2012

A Manhattan vet cultivates a refuge for pets and pet-lovers

January 26, 2012

Exploring the language of science

January 11, 2012

Raw sewage plagues New York City’s waterways

January 6, 2012

An urban kayaker turns his Manhattan commute into a true adventure

December 7, 2011

Current wilderness legislation is underlining an ideological conflict over public land use

November 23, 2011

Exploring the language of science

November 16, 2011

A sociologist talks about his experiences with scientific communication

November 13, 2011

A video game designer and a scientist explore the undeniable pull of virtual worlds

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