Back in January I met Glendon Mellow at Science Online. Since then I’ve been following his impressive work at the intersection of art and science and thinking a lot about where the relationship between the
A little over two years ago the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan was crippled by a massive undersea earthquake and subsequent tsunami. As the accident unfolded there were questions about how much radiation was being
After students on an expedition in the Peruvian Andes discovered a new species of bird, beautiful with startlingly bright colors, they assigned it the Latin name of Capito fitzpatricki, after the Director of the Cornell
This post originally appeared on PBS.org/Media Lab on April 2, 2013. The author has approved this repost. By Jeffrey Warren (Bio), April 2, 2013 This post was co-authored with Becki Chall, also from Public Lab.