In the News

Steven Salzberg’s talk on pseudoscience in medical schools, at the June 2015 Reason for Change conference.

Interview on the NPR show On Point, with host Tom Ashbrook, 9 February 2015.

Interview on the CBC radio show Day 6, with host Brent Bambury, 13 February 2015.

Interview on CNN television on Erin Burnett Out Front, 2 February 2015.

Steven Salzberg and Mihaela Pertea are listed among the ‘world’s most influential scientific minds’ based on highly cited papers of the past decade, (June 2014).

Interview on the NPR show On Point, with host Tom Ashbrook, 9 January 2014.

Steven Salzberg receives the 2012 Balles Prize in Critical Thinking for his science column at Forbes (awarded in late 2013).

Steven Salzberg receives the 2013 Benjamin Franklin Award for Open Access in the Life Sciences at Bio-IT World 2013.

Interview (video) on Huffington Post Live on patenting human genes, 16 April 2013.

Interview with GeneWatch on the medical promise of sequencing, Dec 2012.

Interview on NPR’s podcast, Shots, on multivitamins and cancer, 29 Oct 2012.

Interview on vaccines on the Kojo Nnamdi show (WAMU radio), 21 Aug 2012.

What biologists should know about genome assembly, a Technology Feature article in Nature Methods.

Interview on Midday with Dan Rodricks, on Alternative Medicine, WYPR public radio, 25 Oct 2011.

How anthrax sleuths cracked the case by decoding genetic fingerprints (Washington Post, 16 Apr 2011).

Gene patent ruling criticized. New York Times, 1 Nov 2010.

A challenge to patented genetic testing (Genomics Law Report, 11 Oct 2010).

More than a chicken, fewer than a grape (counting the number of human genes) Science News, 6 Nov 2010.

Swine flu genes from pigs only, not birds (Wired Magazine, April 2009)

Origin of Species: How a T. Rex Femur Sparked a Scientific Smackdown (Wired Magazine, June 2009)

Microbial genes in the human genome? (Scope Forum, Science magazine, 2001)

The Meaning of Life (Science News, 29 April 2000)