Rachel Ehrenberg's Articles
- NewsTomorrow's science stars got to pick the brains of today's science giants during a question and answer session May 13 in Atlanta at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
- NewsMore than 1,500 high school students will gather in Atlanta to flex their mental muscles at the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
- FeatureThe inaugural World Science Festival kicks off in New York May 28 and features a variety of events celebrating the role of science in all aspects of modern life, culture and the arts.
- NewsInsects and other animals that regulate their body temperature externally may be especially vulnerable as the world warms.
- NewsEating less red meat and dairy may do more to reduce food-associated greenhouse gas emissions than shopping locally.
- NewsBirds eating arachnids get high dose of toxic metal as mercury climbs up the food chain.
- NewsScientists have added another plant to the genome-sequencing roster: the tropical fruit tree papaya.
- NewsScientists are zeroing in on alligator blood proteins that show promise for fighting disease-causing microbes.
- NewsNew evidence suggests that Botox migrates from the injection site, perhaps traveling along nerve cells.
- NewsThe kinds of microbes living in an infant's gut may influence weight gain later in childhood.