Jon Hamilton Jon Hamilton is a correspondent for NPR's Science Desk. Currently he focuses on neuroscience, health risks, and extreme weather.
Is a Brighter Earth a Better One?
Q&A: What Happened to the Senator's Brain?
FDA Weighs Risks, Benefits of Drug-Coated Stents
FDA Fines Red Cross For Bad Bookkeeping, Labeling
Stormy Year for Hurricanes? Not in 2006
Entrepreneurs and Scientists Seek to Market Age-Fighting Substance
Myostatin Therapies Hold Hope for Muscle Diseases
How the Brain Tames the Eyes' Wild Motions
Does Red Wine Fuel the Fountain of Youth?
Computer Chips Help Rewire Muscle Controls
Autistic Brain Has Difficulty Coordinating
Off Africa's Coast, a Hurricane Nursery
Sluggish Parents and Their Full-Throttle Offspring
Father's Age May Play Role in Autism Risk
It's Hard to Spot a Liquid Threat to Airline Safety