Science writing

When Art and Science Meet Halfway

April 30, 2012

by Rob Mitchum Too often, art and science are treated as intellectual adversaries. Educational systems typically route students toward one pole or the other, with the artistic and scientific spheres rarely intersecting by the time one reaches the [Read more]

Life on Arsenic?

December 8, 2010

By now, you’ve probably heard about the “alien” arsenic bacteria discovered in a California lake…and if you’ve been following the story closely, you might have a neck ache from all the twists and turns. When word of a [Read more]