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Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato
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Attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Lives in New York, New York
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Might as well jump!
The world record for high jump — the event in which a person hurdles himself over a horizontal bar — is just over 8 feet. That's like leaping over a stop sign, and clearing it by a foot. Jesus Dapena,...
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dats  true
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"Scientists have prepared a gut punch for one of humanity's greatest foes." #mosquito  
Scientists have prepared a gut punch for one of humanity's greatest foes. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University announced today that they have bioengineered a microbe found in mosquito guts to attac...
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I still like the laser better lol
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#Corn  abstinence: "It is now corn-sex season across the Midwest, and everything is not going well."
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Talk With Your Hands: Gloves translate sign language into speech
The winning innovation at this year's Microsoft's Innovation Cup brings a voice to those with speech and hearing impairments.
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This is cool, or, rather, hot. (See what I did there?)
Contiguous U.S., Temperature, January-June 1895-2012
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This kind of makes my day!
Here’s a fun pastime, if you’re mildly sociopathic: Put a clam on a table. Sprinkle salt around it. Watch as it investigates with what looks for all the world like a gigantic creepy beige tongue. Y......
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Scientists "chortle:" 

"Perhaps that's why two biologists wading through a tributary of the Elwha River on Washington's Olympic Peninsula not long ago were chortling and grabbing for their cellphones." 
PORT ANGELES, Wash. — When it comes to disappearing species and humanity's harmful imprints on nature, hardly anybody expects anything to go right. People move in, engineers build, wildlife dies: ...
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Dun dun DUN.
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You know what's more likely to kill you than a shark? Digging a hole on the beach. For real
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Do #zombies, #robots and #clowns scare the bejeezes out of you? Scientists are trying to figure out what causes that *eek reaction.
What do zombies and androids have in common? They're almost human, but not quite. That disconnect is creepy, in a way that scientists are searching to understand.
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NPR's Melissa Block rocks my socks.
Melissa Block speaks with marine biologist Dorris Welch, who is co-owner of Sanctuary Cruises in Monterey Bay, Calif. She says blue whales come and go throughout the summer, but this year they are com...
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Think babies are cute? Well, they didn't quite start off that way...
Your pretty face wasn't always so pretty: the first animation of a face forming in the womb reveals how different features morph during development. The time-lapse, produced for the BBC series Inside ...
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Journo-geek, eco-nerd, lover of em dashes & water politics. SEJ/NSWA member
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Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato is an editor at Everyday Health. She also freelances and has worked for National Geographic, Scientific American and E&E Publishing. Bloudoff-Indelicato has a master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism with concentrations in photo documentary, science journalism and radio reporting.

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  • Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
    Digital Media, 2011 - 2012
  • University of Oxford
    Human Sciences, 2010 - 2011
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Media Studies, 2009 - 2010
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