How the cold, dead moon stayed magneticNew Scientist November 9Link
Screen-spy program can read text and emailsNew ScientistNovember 2Link
A revolution of universally average artNew ScientistOctober 24Link
Harness viruses to make dazzling colours without dyeNew ScientistOctober 20Link
Phone tech transforms African business and healthcareNew ScientistOctober 20Link (subscription required)
Cops on the trail of crimes that haven't happenedNew ScientistOctober 12Link
NASA's winning electric aircraft take flightNew ScientistOctober 6Link
Single molecule is tiniest electric motor everNew ScientistSeptember 7Link (subscription required)
Algal Toxins Accumulate in FishChemical & Engineering NewsJune 22
Tracing Bioethanol In The AtmosphereChemical & Engineering NewsJune 29
Meeting of the Waters (includes video, podcast and photography)Science Notes, a publication of UCSC Science Communication programSeptember 16Link
Stanford computer scientists find Internet security flawStanford News OfficeMay 23Link
Robert Helliwell, radioscience and magnetosphere expert, dead at 90Stanford News OfficeMay 20Link
Bruce Suba: Glowing with excitement (with photography)Profile for UCSC Science Communication programMay 17Link
Slideshow about increased otter deaths in CaliforniaUCSC Science Communication programMay 5Link
Implanted sensors track heart attack damageNew ScientistMarch 7Link
Q&A with Scott White, materials engineerUCSC Science Communication program, from AAAS 2011Link