Brendan Borrell

Brendan Borrell is correspondent for the Scientist and has written about wildlife for Smithsonian and Natural History. His e-mail address is bborrell@hotmail.com.

Medical Examiner
April 4 2013 3:51 PMThe WHO vs. the Tea DoctorFor once, an herbal remedy actually works. Why are malaria experts against it?
The Green Lantern
May 4 2010 7:15 AMThe Greenest HighWhich illegal drug is best for the environment?
The Green Lantern
Nov. 3 2009 7:11 AMWhat Ever Happened to the Amazon Rain Forest?Did we save it or what?
Green Room
Aug. 19 2009 7:08 AMThose Doggone Conservationists
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April 21 2009 6:50 AMBlood for No Oil?Our obsession with climate change is killing off animals left and right.
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May 29 2008 1:20 PMThe Sea Lion and the SalmonShould we murder one to save the other?
The Green Lantern
May 11 2010 7:21 AMPump for the PlanetWhich brand of gas station should I use on my road trip?
The Green Lantern
Nov. 10 2009 9:54 AMSustainable SaladsWhich fruits, vegetables, and other crops have the smallest environmental footprints?
Green Room
Aug. 20 2009 1:24 PMWatching Wildlife With White People
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Aug. 18 2009 2:22 PMPimp My Ostrich
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Dec. 30 2008 8:04 AMeBay and IvoryThe auction site's ban on elephant products won't help the environment.

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Sept. 30 2014 7:36 AM Almost Humane What sci-fi can teach us about our treatment of prisoners of war.
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Sept. 30 2014 7:30 AM What Lurks Beneath The Methane Lakes of Titan?
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Sept. 28 2014 8:30 PM NFL Players Die Young. Or Maybe They Live Long Lives. Why it’s so hard to pin down the effects of football on players’ lives.