1. Biology's dark matter.

    Current Biology 25(8):R301 (2015) PMID 26082952

  2. Breathing fresh life into life science education.

    Current Biology 24(24):R1142 (2014) PMID 25657997

    In the US, higher education in the life sciences is being overhauled. There is now a move both to change the way we teach biology students, emphasizing more engaging approaches, and to clearly define what it is a student should know. And for advanced degrees, there is a push to prepare students ...
  3. Breathing fresh life into life science education

    Current Biology 24(24):R1142 (2014)

    In the US, higher education in the life sciences is being overhauled. There is now a move both to change the way we teach biology students, emphasizing more engaging approaches, and to clearly define what it is a student should know. And for advanced degrees, there is a push to prepare...
  4. Breathing fresh life into life science education.

    Current Biology 24(24):R1142 (2014) PMID 25657997

    In the US, higher education in the life sciences is being overhauled. There is now a move both to change the way we teach biology students, emphasizing more engaging approaches, and to clearly define what it is a student should know. And for advanced degrees, there is a push to prepare students ...
  5. What is stress?

    Current Biology 24(10):R403 (2014) PMID 24845672

  6. What is stress?

    Current Biology 24(10):R403 (2014) PMID 24845672

  7. An arctic refugium under assault.

    Current Biology 23(23):R1020 (2013) PMID 24455769

  8. An arctic refugium under assault.

    Current Biology 23(23):R1020 (2013) PMID 24455769

  9. An Arctic refugium under assault

    Current Biology 23(23):R1020 (2013)

    Due to their special geographic circumstances, some places on earth are resistant to global warming. But a new study of an arctic refugium suggests it’s only a matter of time before climate change breaches the defenses. Cyrus Martin reports.
  10. An Arctic refugium under assault

    Current Biology 23(23):R1020 (2013)

    Due to their special geographic circumstances, some places on earth are resistant to global warming. But a new study of an arctic refugium suggests it’s only a matter of time before climate change breaches the defenses. Cyrus Martin reports.
  11. Memorable outliers

    Current Biology 23(17):R731 (2013)

    Reports of photographic memory are widespread but the search for truly extraordinary memory abilities has uncovered only a handful of examples. But the fact that such individuals exist has fascinated and begs the question, what is the source of such abilities? Cyrus Martin reports. ...
  12. Memorable outliers.

    Current Biology 23(17):R731 (2013) PMID 24156106

  13. Memorable outliers.

    Current Biology 23(17):R731 (2013) PMID 24156106

  14. Memorable outliers

    Current Biology 23(17):R731 (2013)

    Reports of photographic memory are widespread but the search for truly extraordinary memory abilities has uncovered only a handful of examples. But the fact that such individuals exist has fascinated and begs the question, what is the source of such abilities? Cyrus Martin reports. ...
  15. The psychology of GMO.

    Current Biology 23(9):R356 (2013) PMID 23802280

  16. Frugal fishing at hand

    Current Biology 23(9):R362 (2013)

    The European Union is on the cusp of major reforms to its fishing industry. First up on the agenda is a ban on fish discarding that is expected to be approved in June. But as Cyrus Martin reports, the solutions are complex, involving a combination of improved technology, better enforce...
  17. The psychology of GMO

    Current Biology 23(9):R356 (2013)

    Despite receiving the seal of approval from scientists, genetically modified food continues to be unpalatable in many parts of the world. As Cyrus Martin reports, a combination of factors, including economics and culture, may help to explain the differences.
  18. Frugal fishing at hand

    Current Biology 23(9):R362 (2013)

    The European Union is on the cusp of major reforms to its fishing industry. First up on the agenda is a ban on fish discarding that is expected to be approved in June. But as Cyrus Martin reports, the solutions are complex, involving a combination of improved technology, better enforce...
  19. The psychology of GMO

    Current Biology 23(9):R356 (2013)

    Despite receiving the seal of approval from scientists, genetically modified food continues to be unpalatable in many parts of the world. As Cyrus Martin reports, a combination of factors, including economics and culture, may help to explain the differences.
  20. Frugal fishing at hand.

    Current Biology 23(9):R362 (2013) PMID 23802282