Jon Cohen

Jon Cohen writes for Science magazine. Follow him on Twitter.

Medical Examiner
Sept. 23 2014 11:37 PMHow to Stop EbolaCould survivors safely care for the infected?
Science
July 19 2012 6:09 PMA History of Heckling at the International AIDS ConferenceWho showed up to and who snubbed one of the strangest but most important scientific meetings?
Recycled
April 27 2009 3:15 PMDo Surgical Masks Stop Swine Flu?Probably not.
Medical Examiner
Feb. 21 2006 3:00 PMPharmanoiaComing to a clinical trial near you.
Medical Examiner
Oct. 27 2004 6:43 AMA Silent EpidemicWhy is there such a high percentage of HIV and AIDS among black women?
Medical Examiner
April 3 2003 3:42 PMTravel BugShould you cancel your trip to the Orient because of SARS?
Medical Examiner
Oct. 10 2002 6:16 PMThere's a Safer Smallpox Vaccine ...And thanks for asking, but you can't have it.
Politics
Sept. 25 2001 3:00 AMVax PopuliA viable anthrax vaccine exists. Why aren't we making it and other defensive vaccines available to the public?
Wine's World
Jan. 20 2000 3:30 AMJabberwineyA professor of viticulture puts a stopper on wine hooey.
Science
July 19 2012 6:09 PMWhy Won’t Obama Attend the AIDS Meeting?If Obama skips the International AIDS Conference in D.C. next week, he’ll miss a historic opportunity.
Science
Aug. 26 2011 7:02 AMRisibility of the Planet of the ApesOn the great divide between humans and chimpanzees.
Medical Examiner
May 15 2007 3:00 PMSex NetsThe puzzling rise and fall and rise of HIV and AIDS in Africa.
Medical Examiner
Nov. 16 2004 4:00 PMAnthrax ScareDid the military secretly doctor its anthrax vaccine?
Explainer
April 7 2003 5:41 PMDo surgical masks stop SARS?
Medical Examiner
March 21 2003 5:01 PMOutbreakWhy a deadly disease might be coming your way soon.
Politics
Oct. 29 2001 8:19 PMAnd Now, the Good News About SmallpoxIn the event of a terrorist attack, we’re not all toast.
Articles
April 13 2000 3:00 AMMy Genetic Cousin, I Presume?In which a Cohen of the American variety meets his Bantu kinsman. 
Hey, Wait A Minute
Nov. 23 1996 3:30 AMAIDS Isn't OverPronouncements of its death are greatly exaggerated.

TODAY IN SLATE

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Sprawl, Decadence, and Environmental Ruin in Nevada

View From Chicago

You Should Be Able to Sell Your Kidney

Or at least trade it for something.

Space: The Next Generation

An All-Female Mission to Mars

As a NASA guinea pig, I verified that women would be cheaper to launch than men.

Terrorism, Immigration, and Ebola Are Combining Into a Supercluster of Anxiety

The Legal Loophole That Allows Microsoft to Seize Assets and Shut Down Companies

  News & Politics
Jurisprudence
Oct. 19 2014 1:05 PM Dawn Patrol Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s critically important 5 a.m. wake-up call on voting rights.
  Business
Business Insider
Oct. 19 2014 11:40 AM Pot-Infused Halloween Candy Is a Worry in Colorado
  Life
Outward
Oct. 17 2014 5:26 PM Judge Begrudgingly Strikes Down Wyoming’s Gay Marriage Ban
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 17 2014 4:23 PM A Former FBI Agent On Why It’s So Hard to Prosecute Gamergate Trolls
  Slate Plus
Slate Picks
Oct. 17 2014 1:33 PM What Happened at Slate This Week?  Senior editor David Haglund shares what intrigued him at the magazine. 
  Arts
Behold
Oct. 19 2014 4:33 PM Building Family Relationships in and out of Juvenile Detention Centers
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 17 2014 6:05 PM There Is No Better Use For Drones Than Star Wars Reenactments
  Health & Science
Space: The Next Generation
Oct. 19 2014 11:45 PM An All-Female Mission to Mars As a NASA guinea pig, I verified that women would be cheaper to launch than men.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 16 2014 2:03 PM Oh What a Relief It Is How the rise of the bullpen has changed baseball.