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Hunts Point Addiction Archives

To keep up with my Hunts Point, Bronx series I've started an archive that I'll be updating with each future post. Below find links to all of my writings in reverse chronological order.

May 26, 2013 — Cassie Rodenberg

Science in Aggregate: Week 21

I have dug through the Internet this week and uncovered all this geeky goodness. You can find the thousands of links from previous weeks here. I have marked my favorite links with a ?...

May 26, 2013 — Kyle Hill

EXPOSED: The Global Epidemic of TB

Unless you've been distanced from the news and the internet, you have heard that tuberculosis has become increasingly drug resistant and is resurging in many areas of the world and this is much more than a minor inconvenience.Kari Stoever, the Vice President of External Affairs at Aeras - a global nonprofit biotech advancing TB vaccines for the world, has put together a team to create an educational series of videos, which are available in its entirety for screenings, to raise awareness about the re-emerging infectiousness and virulence of pulmonary TB across the world.It will air in chapters online, to be released one per week for the next four weeks...

May 25, 2013 — Joanne Manaster

A Monkey with Human Eyes and Other Links from the Brink

A winning snail, an unusual monkey and abused manatees are among the endangered species in the news this week.Best News of the Week: The Magazine Mountain shagreen snail ( Inflectarius magazinensis ) has become the first invertebrate protected by the Endangered Species Act to fully recover...

May 25, 2013 — John R. Platt

Physics Week in Review: May 25, 2013

Nature Education launched its expanded SciTable blog network this week, including this post by undergraduate Bruce Braun on searching for Dyson spheres: "Dyson Spheres are hypothetical mega-systems which surround a star in order to absorb energy...

May 25, 2013 — Jennifer Ouellette

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