Selected recent works:

Scientific American

A warming climate may produce more drug resistant infections

To treat primates more humanely: transparency

U.S. bans common chemicals in antibacterial soaps

Biology 101 update: A cell’s lysosomes are more than just garbage disposals

The new allergy shot

Neuroscientists Discover a New Way to Cross the Blood–Brain Barrier

Scientists Breed Pigs Resistant to a Devastating Infection Using CRISPR

Technology Review

Scientists would love to program cells as if they were computer chips

Deep learning is a black box, but health care won’t mind

Would You Feel Sexy Wearing Eau de Extinction?

Quanta Magazine

Ancient DNA Yields Snapshots of Vanished Ecosystems

Stem cells remember tissues’ past injuries

New Brain Maps With Unmatched Detail May Change Neuroscience

Science

Viral ‘fossils’ in our DNA may help us fight infection

Early land animals heard sounds with their lungs

Tracing anthrax's deadly path

Nature Medicine

On a wing and a prayer: Researchers studying insect-borne disease hope to bring down the exorbitant cost of mosquitoes.

New Scientist

How baby beluga whales dive deeper and longer than any others

The Scientist

Strategies for Smuggling Gene Therapies Past the Immune System

Harvard Medicine

Carpus dicit: Wrist-worn digital devices promise to help people manage their health. It’s an offer that may have strings attached

Radcliff Magazine

Health threats, new and old

Motherboard

How fish talk

ASME

Living machines begin to emerge

Better blast helmets from fluid dynamics