Rank #1: Ultrasonic Noise - Jun 18, 2018 Wall Street Journal
Can largely inaudible ultrasound signals from widespread electronics be responsible for headaches & dizziness? By Lee Hotz.
Rank #2: Deep Sea Mining - May, 2018 Scientific American
Is Deep-Sea Mining Worth It? The race is on to exploit - and protect - the ocean floor. By Thomas Peacock & Matthew H. Alford.
Rank #3: Super-Charge Your Baby -Jun, 2018 Scientific American
Many toys promise to help babies read, learn, do math and walk earlier than expected - with dubious science. By Erik Vance.
Rank #4: Mucus Nets - The Conversation May 2, 2018
Meet the ocean creatures that use a mesh of mucus to catch their food, written by Kelley Sutherland.
Rank #5: Our Stuff, Ourselves - May, 2018 Scientific American
Low emotional security can intensify our relationships to our belongings. By Francine Russo.
Rank #6: Facebook Security - Apr, 2018 Wired
The Security Risks of Logging in With Facebook. By Louise Matsakis.
Rank #7: The Cancer Tree - Apr, 2018 Scientific American
Studies indicate genetic changes early in a primary tumor, point to a promising new approach to therapy. By Jeffrey P. Townsend.
Rank #8: Silent No More - Apr, 2018 Scientific American
The rise of the atheists. A credible indirect estimate says 26 percent of Americans are atheists. By Michael Shermer.
Rank #9: Meltdown -Apr, 2018 Scientific American
The arctic climate is shattering record after record, altering weather worldwide. By Jennifer A. Francis.
Rank #10: Preventing Suicide - Apr, 2018 Scientific American
Social scientists have begun to close in on new ways to stop people from taking their own lives. By Lydia Densworth.