‘Come and see me—my grave is open.’: Finding Life After Deportation in Nogales, Sonora
Pacific Standard 10 June 2019
Death of the Reef: Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean—on purpose. And it’s our only hope.
Popular Science May/Summer 2019
What it means for us to ‘see’ a black hole
Washington Post 12 April 2019
Why the Border Wall Is a Problem For Birds, Despite Their Wings
Audubon Magazine 10 April 2019
In Florida, Turtles Poisoned by Red Tide Are Getting a New Treatment
Hakai 16 Jan 2019
Earth’s cold storage is melting. Here’s what’s oozing out.
Popular Science, Danger Issue (Winter 2018)
Thin, Flexible New Solar Cells Could Soon Line Your Shirt
Wired 19 Nov 2018
This Charges Everything: Behind the scenes of Seattle’s latest foray into bikeshares.
Grist 9 Aug 2018
The Mendocino Complex is California's largest fire on record—for now
Popular Science 7 Aug 2018
The fate of future endangered species could hinge on a semantic argument
Popular Science 30 July 2018
Volcano vocabulary to help you understand the most recent eruptions
Popular Science 4 June 2018
Scientists Race to Decode Disease Devastating Florida Coral Reefs
Oceans Deeply 16 May 2018
New Discoveries About Unique Amazon Coral Reef at Risk From Oil Drilling.
Oceans Deeply 8 May 2018
The EPA is jeopardizing scientific research and privacy in the name of ‘transparency’
Popular Science 27 April 2018
There’s still time for us to save the Great Barrier Reef
Popular Science 19 April 2018
Can the Gulf of Mexico’s Largest Coral Reef Survive a Massive New Port?
Oceans Deeply 12 April 2018
Now paleontologists know what colors graced these 200-million-year-old butterfly wings
Popular Science 11 April 2018
These ancient, swimming reptiles may have been the biggest animals of all time
Popular Science 10 April 2018
Can Coral Microbes Protect Reefs From Climate Change?
Oceans Deeply 13 March 2018
There’s a new contender in the quest for the next superbattery
Grist 12 Feb 2018
This year I spent a lot of time thinking about satellites
Grist 27 Dec 2017
How should communities cope with the end of coal? Advice from the frontlines.
Grist 12 Dec 2017
How the Biggest Fish in the Sea Is Tracked by Tourist Photos.
Oceans Deeply 7 Dec 2017
Life After Coal: In Germany’s Appalachia, the last coal mine is closing
Grist 29 Nov 2017
Tesla’s solar vision gets its first big test in Puerto Rico
Grist 24 Oct 2017
Hurricanes keep bringing blackouts. Clean energy could keep the lights on
Grist 22 Sept 2017
Florida’s best defense against natural disasters is nature
Grist 15 Sept 2017
VIDEO: Don’t buy Apple’s new iPhone. Fix your old one
Grist 14 Sept 2017
Harvey stirs up a toxic, industrial soup
Grist 1 Sept 2017
Welcome to Paradise: Batteries Now Included
Grist/Longreads 8 Aug 2017
This Bot Generates a Fantasy World Every Hour
Atlas Obscura 18 April 2017
Q&A: The technology that brought us Airbnb and Uber can do so much more
Grist 7 Apr 2017
Q&A: Anxious, depressed, distracted — what if the cure is just outside?
Grist 1 Mar 2017
The future will be battery-powered
Grist 21 February 2017
Trump’s ban puts a chill on science and clean tech
Grist 1 Feb 2017
The Unlikely Comeback of New Zealand’s Weirdest ‘Living Fossil’
Atlas Obscura 31 Jan 2017
Apple’s recycling robot wants your old iPhone. Don’t give it to him
Grist 11 Oct 2016
She studies underwater methane-eating microbes that keep our planet in balance. Genius!
Grist 29 Sept 2016
If you think technology has no place in the National Parks, think again
Grist 25 Aug 2016
Here’s everything we know about how to talk about climate change
Grist 7 Apr 2016
Climate change is showing up in blockbusters and binge watches. So what?
Grist 31 Dec 2015
Coral reefs are in trouble. Meet the people trying to rebuild them
Grist 17 Nov 2015
Q&A: Can fiction make people care about climate change?
Grist 9 Jul 2015
Hubble just turned 25. Here’s what it was like to grow up with it
Grist 24 Apr 2015
Is there a sustainable future for America’s most popular seafood?
Grist 25 Apr 2014