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Luis Suárez's World Cup Bite Was Really Dangerous. Here's Why. Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Jun 27, 2014

Baby Catapulting and Other Batshit Hypotheses That Teach You How Science Works Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Jun 27, 2014

Designer Butterflies, See-Through Frogs, Giant Neural Networks…and Other Works of Modern Art Indre Viskontas - Jul 12, 2014

Jared Diamond: We Could Be Living in a New Stone Age by 2114 Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Apr 18, 2014

Neuroscience Explains Why This "Game of Thrones" Character Can Only Say One Word Indre Viskontas - Jun 19, 2014

How Chemistry Can Save You From the Zombie Apocalypse Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Jun 6, 2014

No, GMOs Won't Harm Your Health Indre Viskontas - Feb 14, 2014, 2014

The Woman Who Forgot the Names of Animals Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Jun 13, 2014

The Science of Your Racist Brain Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - May 9, 2014

Can Kittens Cure Constipation? Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Apr 25, 2014

Math: Your Secret Weapon Against Wall Street and the NSA Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Feb 28, 2014

We All Start Out As Scientists, But Some of Us Forget Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Nov 8, 2013

MythBusters' Kari Byron Explains How to Safely Blow Stuff Up When You're Pregnant Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Jan 31, 2014

Scenes from the Postdocalypse Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Mar 28, 2014

8 Scary Facts About Antibiotic Resistance Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Dec 6, 2013

Just After It All Began, the Universe Sent Us a Text Message. We Just Decoded It. Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Mar 21, 2014

Mark Ruffalo Wants You to Imagine a 100 Percent Clean Energy FutureIndre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Jan 3, 2014

Could This 2013 Nobel Laureate Afford College Today? Chris Mooney & Indre Viskontas - Oct 10, 2013

How the Simpsons Have Secretly Been Teaching You Math Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Nov 22, 2013

Why Most of What You've Heard About Cancer Is Wrong Indre Viskontas & Chris Mooney - Nov 1, 2013

Featuring Me

In Science magazine's Career Profiles section. 

KQED Quest video: Is it possible to be a scientist and an artist? 

At San Francisco Classical Voice: Opera on Tap takes opera to the people

In Refinery29: There's no such thing as a man's brain or a woman's brain. 

On Wisconsin Public Radio: Hooked on Stories

On Story Collider: Indre Viskontas and The Man Chart

Profile in Trinity Magazine: Indre Viskontas

In Draugas: A conversation with Dr. Indre Viskontas

In Synapse at UCSF: Who says you can't mix neuroscience and opera? 

Other articles that I wrote

Vitriol Magazine/Quiet Lightning: Why is Music Compelling? 

American Scientist: Tracking the Eyes to Study the Brain