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Sandy Ong

Sandy hails from sunny Singapore where she earned a B.S. in life sciences. She then moved to London for a M.S. in forensic science before deciding testing crime scene samples wasn’t as cool as it sounded. After spending some years as a medical writer, she moved across the pond to further her love for science writing.

July 12, 2016

Is it really possible to close a chapter and move on?

June 20, 2016

How to know when to hold an idea and when to fold it

May 24, 2016

Carbon food tax remains a thought experiment for now

May 2, 2016

Satellites and math help determine your location

April 12, 2016

Scienceline examines the state of being between life and death

March 7, 2016

Forensic artist Stephen Mancusi creates “bad guy drawings”

March 7, 2016

Are either of these dirty words for zoos?

February 20, 2016

A push towards alternative, eco-friendly death practices

February 7, 2016

How Project Orange combines biotechnology and design to push the boundaries of art

January 31, 2016

They recommend treating addiction with medication

January 11, 2016

Something 20 times Jupiter's size may be orbiting a nearby star

January 2, 2016

Seasonal affective disorder can be debilitating, but is treatable with bright light

December 15, 2015

New study of gene mutations and hormones paves way for research on alternative treatment

December 1, 2015

New images of the Sculptor dwarf galaxy bring lessons about the Milky Way

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