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Sharon Guynup writes features, news, profiles and blogs for publications including The New York Times, National Geographic, Smithsonian, Scientific American, Popular Science, and The Boston Globe. Her work has been syndicated by The New York Times and Blue Ridge Press.

    JAGUAR FREEWAY   October 2011

    INSPIRING LIVES: TACHI YAMADA   June 2010


    FIGHTING MODERN PLAGUES   June 2010

    SCIENTISTS TRY TO BUILD A BETTER ‘WOMB’ FOR IVF

     October 22, 2007

     Sharon contributed stories on genetic and genomics to Genome News 
     Network as a contributing writer. 

     SEEDS OF A NEW MEDICINE

     THE REDWOOD GENE

     THE STUFF THAT FINCHES ARE MADE OF

     A SUICIDE GENE

    CATS AND HUMANS SHARE SIMILAR X AND Y CHROMOSOMES

    FIGHTING TUBERCULOSIS ONE GENE AT A TIME

    BUILDING A BETTER SILKWORK WITH PIGGYBac
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    CHINA’S THREAT TO WILD TIGERS    June 2014


     IS INDIA SELLING OUT ITS TIGERS?     August 8, 2015

   

    Sharon contributed regularly to the National Geographic News Service, a  

    wire service that partnered with the New York Times Syndicate to

    produce and distribute science news and features to an international

    newspaper and online audience. 


    WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

    RALLYING TO PROTECT U.S. ANTELOPE MIGRATION ROUTE


    INTERBREEDING THREATENS RARE PECIES, EXPERTS SAY


    CONSERVATIONISTS FIGHT TO SAVE HARPY EAGLES


    OWLS FACE SPOTTED FUTURE


    RAINFOREST EXPERT SAVES HIS AMAZON “NEIGHBORHOOD”


    COSTA RICA’S PROBLEM CROCS RETURN AFTER REMOVAL


    ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

    “DIRTY FISHING” EMPTYING OCEANS


    CHINA’S TASTE FOR TURTLE FUELS ASIAN CRISIS


    NEW JERSEY PLAN TO LIFT BEAR HUNT SPURS PROTESTS  


    BELIZE DAM FIGHT HEATS UP AS COURT PREPARES TO RULE


    LIGHT POLLUTION TAKING A TOLL ON WILDLIFE


    CLIMATE

    ASIAN POLLUTION CLOUD CHANGING CLIMATE, STUDY SAYS


    EARTH SCIENCE   

    HOW MELTING GLACIERS MOVE: CRACKING THE MYSTERY


    ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS

    ARCTIC LIFE THREATENED BY TOXIC CHEMICALS   


    MYSTERIOUS KENYA FLAMINGO DIE-OFFS TIED TO TOXINS


    DOLPHIN MYSTERY: WHAT’S KILLING FIRSTBORN CALVES?


    TOXINS ACCUMULATE IN ARCTIC PEOPLE, ANIMALS


    LOONS SOUND ALARM ON MERCURY CONTAMINATION


    TECHNOLOGY/BIOTECH

    SATELLITES SPY ON THE LIVES OF GREAT WHITE SHARKS


    HI-TECH BAT DETECTOR SHEDS LIGHT ON SHADOWY SPECIES


    BIOTECH THE LATEST DEFENSE IN ANIMAL EXTINCTION FIGHT


    NEW AVIAN DATABASE TO HELP IN BIRD SPECIES SURVIVAL


    RESEARCH

    PHEROMONE IN URINE SPURS MATING IN ELEPHANTS


    CULTURE

    SCARIFICATION: ANCIENT BODY ART LEAVING NEW MARKS


    FOR MOST PEOPLE, EATING BUGS IS ONLY NATURAL


    RATS RULE AT INDIAN TEMPLE


    PAINTED PAST: BORNEO’S TRADITIONAL TATOOS


    HAITI: POSSESSED BY VOODOO


    ADVENTURE

    ON TV: “SURVIVING EVEREST” TELLS OF TRIUMPH, TRAGEDY


    DISEASE

    CHOLERA: TRACKING THE FIRST TRULY GLOBAL DISEASE


    ASTRONOMY

    DIGITAL STAR SURVEY FINDS STAR BELT AROUND MILKY WAY