Last week saw publication of a wide range of new work, including two new features.
As I usually do here, I'll start off with my two Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:
An Invasive Plant Is Killing Wombats in Australia
Little Time Left for the Tamaraw? Philippine Buffalo Species Down to Last 300 Animals
Next up, my latest feature for Today's Engineer magazine. I spent about two months researching this one and it's about as good an article as I've ever done. The folks I interviewed were amazing people who do good in the world every single day:
Prosthetics: A Career That Changes Lives
Mother Nature Network gave me a couple of odd stories this week:
Do you have a wedding disaster plan? CDC offers tips for surviving the season of love
Brits sing the praises of cheddar cheese
And finally, here's another new feature, this time for IEEE's The Institute. While this is written for engineers, I think it's good advice for just about anybody:
Sales Skills for Engineers
Enjoy the latest reads and check back next week for another batch of links!