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Writing by our members

U Rising: Science writers Brian Maffly and Lisa Potter translate research for you, hosted by Julie Kiefer

Why are ravens suddenly attacking the world's smallest penguins?, National Geographic, by Kenna Hughes-Castleberry

Our Moon: How Earth's Celestial Companion Transformed the Planet, Guided Evolution, and Made Us Who We Are, by Rebecca Boyle

Countdown: The Blinding Future of Nuclear Weapons, by Sarah Scoles

Hidden hazard: Boulder's million-ton coal ash problem has no local watchdog, Boulder Reporting Lab, by Tyler Hickman, Gabe Allen, Alyssa Crume, Devin Farmiloe, Por Jaijongkit and  Audrey Wheeler

Over the Seawall: Tsunamis, Cyclones, Droughts and the Delusion of Controlling Nature, by Stephen Robert Miller

Mars is the goal, but first, these students must conquer Utah’s red desert, KUER, by Amanda Heidt

Out-of-state patients seeking abortions arrive in Colorado in record numbers, Colorado Public Radio, by Claire Cleveland

America isn’t taking care of caregivers, Vox, by Katherine Harmon Courage

The Curious Hole in My Head, New York Times, by Helen Santoro

Coal at Sunset: A Colorado Town in Transition, podcast from The Institute for Science & Policy, by Kristan Uhlenbrock and Trent Knoss 

The Hopi farmer championing Indigenous agricultural knowledge, Al Jazeera, by Jane Palmer

How notes from the mothers of astronomy were reclaimed in art, National Geographic, by Liz Kruesi

In Agriculture, a Perennial Problem with Grains, Undark, by Ula Chrobak

 

Yellowstone Flooding: Why Is It Happening Now?, National Geographic, by SJ Keller

Studying the Antlion Taught Me How To Be Human, Catapult, by Ambika Kamath

Space on the Page, a Library of Congress podcast hosted by David Baron and Lucas Mix

Hunting for emissions thousands of feet up, CU Boulder Today, by Kelsey Simpkins

Meteor: The honest podcast about scicomm with impact, with Bethann Garramon Merkle and Virginia Schutte

Bee Superfood: Exploring Honey's Chemical Complexities, NPR's Short Wave, by Berly McCoy, Emily Kwong, and Eva Tesfaye

Inside the McDonald Observatory’s Mission to Preserve the Darkest Skies in West Texas, Alcalde, by Catherine Arnold

Researchers Evaluate SURF Extremophiles in Effort to Trap Carbon Dioxide Deep Underground, Sanford Underground Research Facility, by Erin Lorraine Broberg

Montana Tribes Want to Stop Jailing People for Suicide Attempts but Lack a Safer Alternative, Kaiser Health News, by Sara Reardon

One Reason Men Often Sweep the Nobels: Few Women Nominees, Science Magazine, by Katie Langin

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