Interviews

Juli Berwald

Juli Berwald’s Life on the Rocks Meditates on Coral Reefs, Motherhood, and Battling the Unknown

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by · May 17, 2022 · 0 comments
Rachel E. Gross’s Vagina Obscura Traces the Scientific and Cultural History of a Misunderstood Anatomy

Rachel E. Gross’s Vagina Obscura Traces the Scientific and Cultural History of a Misunderstood Anatomy

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by · March 29, 2022 · Comments are Disabled
Mahdi Garba and Modupe Abidakun on the Tragic Origins of Vaccine Hesitancy in Nigeria

Mahdi Garba and Modupe Abidakun on the Tragic Origins of Vaccine Hesitancy in Nigeria

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by · March 15, 2022 · Comments are Disabled
Fredrick Mugira

Fredrick Mugira “Defamiliarizes” Stories of the Nile

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by · February 1, 2022 · Comments are Disabled
Rosanna Xia

Rosanna Xia Unearths the Story of a Decades-Old DDT Dump off California’s Coast

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by · January 18, 2022 · Comments are Disabled
Chris Muronzi

Chris Muronzi on Covering the Women Battling “Man-Made Starvation” in Zimbabwe

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by · December 14, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Emily Atkin Talks about Objectivity and Covering the Climate Crisis

Emily Atkin Talks about Objectivity and Covering the Climate Crisis

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by · October 26, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Frank Matt

Frank Matt on Visualizing the Scale of the World’s Water Crisis

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by · October 19, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Geoffrey Kamadi

Geoffrey Kamadi Looks into a Threatened River Ecosystem in Kenya

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by · June 1, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Latria Graham

Latria Graham Rewrites the Narrative on Being Black in the Outdoors

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by · May 25, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
David Quammen

David Quammen on Traveling into the Past to Cover the Pandemic

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by · May 18, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Sarah Zhang

Sarah Zhang Probes the Dwindling Number of Children Born with Down Syndrome

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by · April 6, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Jessica Wapner’s Wall Disease Unravels How Border Walls Affect the Mind

Jessica Wapner’s Wall Disease Unravels How Border Walls Affect the Mind

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by · March 2, 2021 · Comments are Disabled
Shayla Love Tackles the Biggest Taboo of All

Shayla Love Tackles the Biggest Taboo of All

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by · December 8, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Samanth Subramanian’s A Dominant Character Recounts the Story of J.B.S. Haldane, Whose Life Was Torn between Scientific Integrity and Political Loyalty

Samanth Subramanian’s A Dominant Character Recounts the Story of J.B.S. Haldane, Whose Life Was Torn between Scientific Integrity and Political Loyalty

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by · October 27, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Meehan Crist

Meehan Crist Explores the Ethics of Having Children in the Era of Climate Change

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by · August 4, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Stephanie Lee

Stephanie Lee Unravels the Conflicts of Interest Behind a Controversial COVID-19 Study

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by · June 23, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
A.J. Hostetler on Mentoring Interns and Writing for Tony Fauci’s Aunt

A.J. Hostetler on Mentoring Interns and Writing for Tony Fauci’s Aunt

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by · June 17, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Amber Gibson (left) and Cassandra Willyard

Amber Gibson and Cassandra Willyard Investigate Abuse of Medical Residents during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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by · June 8, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Amy Maxmen

Amy Maxmen Unveils Scientific Roadblocks Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

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by · June 2, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Taylor Quimby

Taylor Quimby Burrows into Lyme Disease in the Podcast Patient Zero

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by · May 19, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Lane DeGregory

Lane DeGregory Follows a Family Waiting for a Medical Miracle

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by · May 12, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Martin Enserink

Martin Enserink Discusses the Sobering Impact of Covering Disease Research

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by · May 5, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Annie Jacobsen on the Stories behind Secretive Government Research Programs

Annie Jacobsen on the Stories behind Secretive Government Research Programs

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by · April 28, 2020 · Comments are Disabled