Katharine Gammon is a freelance science writer based in Santa Monica, California, and writes for a wide range of magazines covering technology, society, and animal science.
Fitting transmitters onto thousands of creatures may help scientists predict natural disasters and offer a "lifecast" of hidden environmental information.
Katharine Gammon, Contributor
A new paper shows just how diverse the biochemicals in our food are, and how hard it is to understand how they impact our bodies.
A new study shows that the Inuit brought dogs with them when settling North America, and these dogs’ descendants are still working today.
An experiment off the coast of California may bolster efforts to make biocrude from "the Sequoia of the sea."
Researchers are freezing cell samples with liquid nitrogen to keep biodiversity alive. Could this be the best way to conserve species for the future?
New research shows how decommissioned oil rigs can become home to an abundance of fish and invertebrates.
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