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Taylor White

Taylor is a science journalist who likes writing about health and technology. During her undergrad, she worked in labs that ranged from horseshoe crabs to studying breast cancer but later realized she enjoyed communicating science more than actually doing it. Her work has been published in Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and NOVA WGBH.

September 4, 2020

The World Mosquito Program injects mosquitoes with Wolbachia to protect people from viruses, like dengue

September 2, 2020

In the midst of a pandemic, an artist and former physicist still works to represent endangered landscapes

May 15, 2020

With personalized speech-assistive technology, people who suffer from voice disorders and diseases, like ALS, can express their true selves again

April 21, 2020

Machine learning may boost disease hunting, but not everyone’s convinced

April 15, 2020

Pastries are just one source of inspiration for replacing the ubiquitous lithium-ion battery

February 17, 2020

Treating diseases with light is not new, but The Trauner Research Group might take it to the next level

February 3, 2020

Researchers are still looking for ways to eliminate deadly infections and copper hospital beds may help

January 18, 2020

Residential solar technology is helping the planet and your wallet

November 22, 2019

Recent electrical fires at Walmart raise the question, is rooftop solar power safe?

November 12, 2019

Feline foamy virus is widespread in domestic cats, a new study finds, which could make them more susceptible to other viruses known to be deadly to domestic and wild cats

 
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