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Polio eradication--so close and yet, we could still screw it up. Do you think I got the nuances right on this one? http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=polio-endgame
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Hi Thomas, 
You'd need to check with Time Magazine directly, or else google the photographer's name from the credit information. I don't know any of the photo editors there any more, having left in 2007. But the main number should still be 212-555-1212.
Good luck!
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A protest with style--although wouldn't a female pope be just as hierarchical?
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Hi there Christine...St Peter was  "Male"...it's got to stay like that...but on the lighter side...it had been suggested by quite a few Cardinals that...Cardinal Secola would make a fine pontiff...by then most argued... we would have a ..."Pope - Secola"...< : - }
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Read 'em and weep. Public statements slamming climate change by the three men who want to chair the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.
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Gratified by how much good feedback (and traffic) we're getting regarding Obama and Romney's answers to the top 14 science questions facing the USA.
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My post on when too much medical information can be harmful to your health. This is bound to become a bigger issue as whole genome sequencing becomes more widespread.
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Watching Mark Fischetti on a hangout and wondering how to adapt this format to the stuff I cover--health, medicine, biology.
 
Scientific American is hanging out with 3 people right now in a live Hangout On Air! #hangoutsonairMark Fischetti, Andrew Murray, and Steve Fisher
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Scientists won't understand the biology of cancer until they understand the biology of aging, according to Judith Campisi at the Buck Institute and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs.
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Just in time for tonight's debates, we've put our features on science in an election year in front of the pay wall.
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Supreme court ruling on Medicaid manages to make health care more fragmented http://ow.ly/bZmI9
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I assign and edit features about medicine and human biology
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    Senior Editor, 2010 - present
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I edit articles about health, medicine and human biology for Scientific American
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  • Johns Hopkins University
    M.A., Science writing
  • Rice University
    B.A., Biology and English
  • Harvard University
    Nieman Fellow for Global Health Reporting