Jeremy B. Yoder

Jeremy B. Yoder is an assistant professor of biology at California State University, Northridge. His writing has appeared in Scientific American, The Awl, and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. He also edits The Molecular Ecologist.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Against Ecological Triage

"'The Plant Messiah' aims to ignite a movement." Jeremy B. Yoder on Carlos Magdalena's new book....


A Lab of Her Own

Hope Jahren’s "Lab Girl" offers a clear-eyed look back on a modern scientific career, finding both joy and pain....


Cluster-struck

CHARLES DARWIN is more usually cited for his scientific discoveries than his moral insights. In the closing pages of his travelogue ...

Cluster-struck
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