Joshua A. Krisch

Joshua A. Krisch

Science Journalist

Writer, Podcast/Video/Web Producer, Coffee Connoisseur, Tinkerer.

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The New York Times

World Science Festival Finds Success in Physics, and More, as ...

World Science Festival Finds Success in Physics, an...

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The New York Times

The Bloom is on for Maple Syrup

Pancake lovers, take heart. This year, some scientists are predicting that sugary maple sap will flow even more freely than usual.

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The New York Times

When Racism Was a Science

'Haunted Files: The Eugenics Record Office' Recreates a Dark Time in a Laboratory's Past.

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The New York Times

On the Cusp of Climate Change

Animal and plant species around the world may be threatened by warmer global temperatures.

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The New York Times

If 2 New Yorkers Shared a Cab

If taxi riders were willing to share a cab, New York City could reduce the current fleet of 13,500 taxis up to 40 percent.

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The New York Times

Airships That Carry Science Into the Stratosphere

Engineers are designing sleek new airships that could streak past layers of cloud and chart a course through the thin, icy air of the stratosphere, 65,000 feet above the ground.

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The New York Times

Study Offers Clues to Arctic Mystery: Paleo-Eskimos' Abrupt Extinction

Analyzing DNA to trace a people's decline.

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The New York Times

Ebola May Pose Little Threat to U.S., but It Looms Large on Twitter

As the shadow of the deadly Ebola virus looms over Africa, its danger clear and present, a lesser kind of contagion, diffuse but persistent, has infected social media feeds in the United States.

Ebola is trending on Twitter.

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The New York Times

Brand New Look at the Face of Mars

A new map of Mars shows landforms and the different geologic terrains that make up the planet's surface.

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The New York Times

Summer School for Anchovies

This week, scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, Calif., noticed an enormous school of anchovies gathering near the coast.

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The New York Times

European Effort for Computer-Simulated Brain Draws Fire

The Human Brain Project is Europe’s flagship contribution to neuroscience.

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The New York Times

And Even More on Climate Change

Last week, the big news was that the Obama administration had unveiled a new Environmental Protection Agency regulation to cut carbon emissions from United States power plants 30 percent by 2030.