Emily Sohn's Articles
- FeatureParts of Australia have suffered from severe drought for more than a decade, and people, vegetation, and animals are feeling the heat.
- NewsHigh school students from 51 countries gathered in Albuquerque last week to compete for scholarships and other prizes at the 2007 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
- FeatureThe genome of the TB bacterium has small but significant pockets of diversity, giving scientists new targets for preventing and treating the disease.
- NewsHigh school students from 47 countries gathered in Indianapolis last week to compete for scholarships and other prizes in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
- FeatureScientists are piecing together the details of how mutations in a protein called EGFR can lead to cancer, and they are designing a new class of drugs to stop the protein's destructive behavior.
- NewsA record 1,447 high school students from 45 countries shone their brightest in Phoenix last week as they competed at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
- FeatureA firsthand account unveils the pageantry that surrounds the awarding of the Nobel prizes in Stockholm.