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I’m a freelance journalist based in San Francisco. Before going freelance, I was MIT Technology Review’s material science editor; and I graduated from MIT’s Science Writing program in 2004.
Arrays of cheap magnetic sensors could detect improvised explosive devices.
Pioneering cancer researcher Robert Weinberg says that deadly secondary tumors happen when cancer cells don’t act their age.
Monsanto is developing genetically modified plants that use RNA interference to kill the insects that eat them.
Tiny antennae focus infrared laser light down to 100 nanometers, providing a way for scientists to see cells at work.
A new contrast agent could help those for whom mammography is ineffective.
The first complete map of protein interactions in human cells could lead to better treatment for breast cancer.
An influenza pandemic may be inevitable. But MIT researchers believe that its outcome isn’t.
Specially tailored viruses could eradicate chronic bacterial infections.
Salmonella bacteria grown on the space shuttle showed odd genetic activity, becoming much more virulent.