Jul. 22, 2015

Looks Fishy, Tastes Fishy. But Where's the Fish?

by Susan Cosier

For vegetarians, allergy sufferers, and the epicurious among us, chefs are getting creative with seafood substitutes.

faux fish, sushi, seafood, fake fish, shrimp, tuna, ahi tuna, vegetarian, vegan
Sep. 16, 2014

Picture of the Week: American Avocets

by Susan Cosier

As the climate changes, this species could lose ground in its breeding range but gain wintering ground.

climate change, birds, audubon, climate report, rosalie winard
Jan. 29, 2014

10 Questions for Jill Tarter, Astronomer

by Susan Cosier

The long-time SETI astronomer discusses the search for extraterrestrial intelligence and helping inspire a Carl Sagan novel.

jill tarter, carl sagan, contact, seti, et, search for extraterrestrial intelligence
Sep. 11, 2013

What’s the Best Way to Dispose of Pet Poop?

by Susan Cosier

Prevent disease by tossing feces in the trash.

oocysts, trends in parasitology, hookworm, roundworm, zoonotic hookworm, zoonotic roundworm, dogs, cats, poop, poo, doody, smelly, stinky, cleaning up after pet, CDC, disesae, toxoplasmosis, t. gondii, cutaneous larva migraines
Jul. 01, 2013

Is Revenge Really Sweet?

by Susan Cosier

The emotions related to vengeance are a mixed bag.

revenge, mike mccullough, eddie harmon-jones, bittersweet, sweet revenge

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