Beemaggeddon or Over-Bee-Action?


Grady Pierroz, Graduate Student, UC Berkeley February 4, 2017 (updated 2/16/17) Let’s take a look at something that has been in the public consciousness for a while now: the bees are dying. Everybody knows the bees are dying. We are constantly barraged with terrifying headlines talking about the Beepocalypse[1] or Beemaggeddon[2]. This has been so … Continue reading Beemaggeddon or Over-Bee-Action?

Greenpeace vs. The Laureates: A Case for Golden Rice


If one hundred Nobel Laureates asked you to change your mind about a controversial science topic like vaccines, global warming, or engineered crops (GMOs), do you think you would? And if that didn’t convince you to change your stance, is there anything that could? I know this sounds like some kind of silly, hypothetical thought … Continue reading Greenpeace vs. The Laureates: A Case for Golden Rice