Mary K. Miller

Mary K. Miller is a freelance science writer fro San Jose. California. She is also a science and Web-cast producer at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, a job that has taken her to Antarctica, to the Galapagos, and inside Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, on Long Island, New York. She has a degree in biology. Her story on endangered Hawaiian forest birds appeared in March 2004. You can follow some of her adventures on the Exploratorium Web site (www.exploratorium.edu/origins).

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Recent Stories

A choreographer expresses the contemporary paradox of being a woman, Muslim, North African, Arab, and artist.

Multiple theories for the decline of Easter Island's civilization may be complementary. 

Hover fly cuticles are covered in tiny spikes called nanopillars.

Conservation efforts have increased China's tree cover.