Jacobsen has spent most of his career writing about food, particularly the sustainable food movement. From chocolate to apples to oysters, he has delved into the history and chemistry of what we eat.
While doctors often prescribe opioids for chronic pain, there is a lack of information about how — or even whether — a patient should use them. “We have a big problem in public education in this country,” Carr says.
For a dozen KSJ fellows and associates, a two-day visit to the marine research complex offers an immersion in sophisticated ocean science, from submersibles to cuttlefish.
A photo essay by Chloé Hecketsweiler describes a day in the life of Meals on Wheels, and Maura O’Connor’s book on de-extinction gets a prestigious review.
Meera Subramanian says she’s drawn ever deeper into the question that spurred her to write “A River Runs Again”: How should humans and the planet coexist?
“The technology may be old, but it’s still the best in class”: an update on the orbiting X-ray telescope, launched by NASA with big assists from MIT and Harvard.