Monday, March 18, 2013

Killer fungus, an amazing (re)discovery, and self-driving cars

Last week's articles covered some good and bad news, some great technology, and some interesting people.

First, this week's two Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:

Google Earth Inspires Rediscovery of Lost Butterfly Species

Bat-Killing Fungus Reaches South Carolina; Now Found in 21 States and 5 Provinces [this was also reprinted by Mother Jones]

Next up, my latest technology careers article for Today's Engineer. This technology is going to revolutionize the  a few decades.

Intelligent Transportation Careers Speed Ahead

And finally, a batch of articles for Mother Nature Network, covering all kinds of timely stories:

Pioneering MIT professors win coveted Turing Award, the 'Nobel Prize of computing' 

Does recycling cause you to consume more?

Hope and change: Will new pontiff take up global warming cause?

Monster mosquitoes about to invade Florida

There's LOTS more coming this week, much of which is already in the works (or even already turned in). Stay tuned for headlines as they happen.

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