Monica Heger • October 8, 2008
Farmers generate energy, save money and help the environment, with a little help from some dung.
Monica Heger • August 13, 2008
Oxytocin may make you more trusting, but is that a good thing?
Monica Heger • August 11, 2008
Asks Julie from Bloomington, Indiana
Monica Heger • July 9, 2008
A new theory proposes a universe before ours.
Monica Heger • April 28, 2008
- Asks Bailey from New York
Monica Heger • April 18, 2008
Silver nanoparticles could be the next step forward in antibacterial products.
Monica Heger • April 16, 2008
At Exit Art's "Brainwave: Common Senses" exhibit, artists interpret the latest neuroscience research in inventive ways.
Monica Heger • March 31, 2008
The best new technology often comes from its exact opposite—nature. Case in point, the Humboldt squid, which manage to use a hard, razor sharp beak to kill and rip up […]
Monica Heger • February 18, 2008
- Asks Stephanie from Claremont, CA
Monica Heger • January 18, 2008
I spent the first three days of the New Year camping in Joshua Tree National Park in southern California. It was my first time and I expected to be out […]
Monica Heger • January 7, 2008
Fluorescent light bulbs could change the world. So why aren’t they? According to The Economist changing our light bulbs is the most cost effective way to reduce greenhouse emissions, yet […]
Monica Heger • December 28, 2007
Researchers develop drought resistant rice, but not everyone is convinced it can fight hunger.
Monica Heger • December 16, 2007
Fertilizing the ocean may not slow down global warming. The controversial process of dumping urea or iron into the ocean to induce an algae bloom in order to remove CO2 […]
Monica Heger • December 5, 2007
A new theory proposes Earth-like planets with double the star power.