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Maya bones bring a lost civilization to life

for Nature

Published: February 12, 2019

Trained in both medicine and archaeology, Vera Tiesler has revealed how the human body was deeply woven into the religion, tradition and politics of the Maya world.
Copyright Dominic Bracco II

An Ocean Apart

for Virginia Quarterly Review
Published: Spring 2015

Can two forces threatening the sustainability of sharks—the fishermen of Mexico and consumers in China—help the fish survive?
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Outsmarting the CERNageddon

for Nuatilus
Published: August 2013

Physics: Can the Large Hadron Collider spawn black holes at full power? CERN investigates.
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Hugh and the Boobies

for Hakai Magazine
Published: April 22, 2015

Like characters in a soap opera, boobies on a remote Mexican island cheat, kill, and jostle for power.
Copyright Dominic Bracco II

Feeding the Billions

for Scientific American
Published: April 2015

How a small group of visionaries are trying to feed China—and save the world's oceans.

Losing Maya Heritage to Looters

for National Geographic
Published: August 8, 2014

Stolen artifacts are making it from the Guatemalan jungle to wealthy black-market buyers.
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Wind power: Clean energy, dirty business?

for The Christian Science Monitor
Published: January 26, 2012

Like the oil drilling rig that became an icon of the Industrial Age, the giant, spinning wind turbinehas become a global image of clean power.

Gods of Blood And Stone

for Scientific American
Published: July 2014

Long cloaked in mystery, the ancient Teotihuacán culture is at last giving up its secrets.
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On Call in the Wild

for Discover
Published: April 2014

Wilderness physician Matt Lewin has traveled to the nether reaches of the planet to treat scientists in the field.