Katherine J. Wu, Ph.D.

@novapbs Digital Editor, @storycollider producer. Was @AAASMassMedia @SmithsonianMag, PhD @Harvard, @SITNBoston. she/her/hers. katherine_wu [at] wgbh [dot] org

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Google's New AI Is a Master of Games, But How Does It Compare to the Human Mind?
December, 10 2018
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Blind Cavefish Shed Light on the Dark Days of Mammalian Evolution
October, 12 2018
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Scientists Break the Rules of Reproduction by Breeding Mice From Single-Sex Parents
October, 12 2018
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Polar Bears May Soon Feast on Whale Carcasses. Global Warming is to Blame.
October, 10 2018
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How Men’s Cologne Might Catch Man-Eating Tigress
October, 9 2018
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Man-Eating Tigress Killed in India, Lured by Calvin Klein Cologne
October, 9 2018
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The World Was Just Issued 12-Year Ultimatum On Climate Change
October, 8 2018
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Sans Forgetica is the Typeface You Won't Forget
October, 8 2018
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Ancient Precursor to Pumpkin Spice Latte? Archaeologists Uncover Earliest Human Use of Nutmeg
October, 5 2018
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Prehistoric Sharks Chowed Down on Pterosaurs
October, 5 2018
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"OK," "Sheeple" Says Scrabble, Which Added 300 New Words to Official Dictionary
September, 25 2018
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This 127-Million-Year-Old Fossil Links Dinosaur and Bird Evolution
September, 25 2018
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Newly Discovered Letter Catches Galileo in a 400-Year-Old Lie
September, 25 2018
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All-Female Termite Colonies Reproduce Without Male Input
September, 25 2018
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Giant Panda Mating Calls Say A Lot About Them
September, 24 2018
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to Reopen Without Molten Lava or Lava Glow
September, 21 2018
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Mosquitoes Are Passing Microplastics Up the Food Chain
September, 21 2018
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How DNA Testing Could Bring Down Ivory Trade’s Biggest Criminals
September, 19 2018
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What Was “Eye Cream” Doing in a 2,200-Year-Old Tomb in West Turkey?
September, 11 2018
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New Species of Translucent, Gelatinous Fish Discovered in the Deep Sea
September, 11 2018
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Wind and Solar Farms Could Bring the Rains Down in Africa
September, 11 2018
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Decades After Being Passed Over for a Nobel, Jocelyn Bell Burnell Gets Her Due
September, 10 2018
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The Mysterious Origins of the Smallpox Vaccine
September, 4 2018
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Pregnant Male Pipefish are the Sea's Swaggery Swingers
August, 28 2018
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For Men, Gains in the Gym May Come at a Cost to Sperm
August, 27 2018
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Like Humans, Some Birds Blush to Communicate
August, 23 2018
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Newly Discovered Turtle Ancestors Chomped With Beaks But Bore No Shells
August, 23 2018
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Do Not Fear the Drones Air-Dropping 50,000 Mosquitoes From Above
August, 21 2018
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In the Quest for Universal Blood, Go With Your Gut
August, 21 2018
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Oldest Cheese Ever Found in Egyptian Tomb
August, 16 2018
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Museum Curators Reflect on the Legacy of the Queen of Soul
August, 16 2018
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See Shells of Sea Spuds on the Seashore
August, 15 2018
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Cancer Is One Worry Elephants Can Feel Free to Forget
August, 14 2018
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A Macaw Breeding Center Supplied Prehistoric Americans With Prized Plumage
August, 13 2018
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The National Zoo’s Beloved, Aging Emu Has Died
August, 9 2018
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Behind the Scenes With the Spacecraft That Will Soar Through the Sun's Atmosphere
August, 9 2018
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Why This Year's Perseid Meteor Shower Promises to Be Especially Dazzling
August, 8 2018
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What the Fox Genome Tells Us About Domestication
August, 8 2018
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Zebra Finches Dream a Little Dream of Melody
August, 7 2018
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Four Foals Join the Herd of Przewalski’s Horses at the Smithsonian
August, 6 2018
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Popcorn-Powered Robots? Get 'Em While They’re Hot!
August, 6 2018
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The Real Science Behind the Megalodon
August, 3 2018
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Death Valley Scorches Its Own Record for the Hottest Month in History
August, 1 2018
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Lemurs Smear Bugs on Their Privates to Ward Off Infection
August, 1 2018
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How Dad's Genes Can Prepare Mom for Parenthood
July, 31 2018
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To Pinpoint the Origin of a Fish, Check Out Its Physique
July, 27 2018
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Dads Pass On More Than Genetics in Their Sperm
July, 26 2018
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Compelling Evidence Suggests There's a Liquid Lake Beneath Mars' Surface
July, 25 2018
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A Jamestown Skeleton is Unearthed, but Only Time—and Science—will Reveal His True Identity
July, 24 2018
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Why the Most Helpful Dogs Keep Calm and Carry On
July, 24 2018
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