By: Peggy Nelson
Simon Sublime’s microbe collaborations
By: Jacob Mikanowski
His informed predictions were mixed with wild speculation.
By: Jerrold Freitag
Evolution is a “broken and fragmentary form of ruin.”
By: Deb Chachra
No matter what, the shark research continued.
By: Suzanne Fischer
His name is a watchword for the persecution of radical scientists.
She laid the groundwork for the field of biochemistry.
By: Tor Aarestad
“Imagination is more important than knowledge”
Inspiring role model and cautionary tale.
By: Chris Lanier
He revealed a disquieting intimacy between humans and other animals
By: Elina Shatkin
The two things she loved most: her husband and an exploding volcano.
By: Robert Wringham
The sexagenarian amateur who revolutionized crime scene investigation.
She was the green flash on the horizon of the Radium Age.
A scientist who was moved from observation to activism.
By: Tom Nealon
It’s been said that he was the last man to know everything.
By: Matthew Battles
Her hard-won image of the helix helped lay the basis for modern biology.