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Katie-Leigh Corder


Katie-Leigh Corder is the Web managing editor for American Scientist, where she also manages social media and multimedia production. Previously, she was a student services contractor in communications for the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Developing Duplicates: 3D Printing Replacement Body Parts

Celebrating 25 Years in North Carolina

Most Popular Online Content of 2014

Book Review

A Vast Sea of Plastic


Audio Exclusive: Discussing Rare Desert Species with Author Christopher Norment

The Living World in Eight Mandalas

Moving Science Towards Open Access

And Then They Were Gone: Egypt’s Disappearing Wildlife

Exploring Beneath a Painting's Surface

Expanding with the Cosmos

From Balloons to Space Stations: Studying Cosmic Rays

The Many Personalities of Animals

Behind the Porpoise's Echolocation

From Biology to Military History: Patterns in Animal Weaponry

Hydrangea Colors: It’s All in the Soil

Revealing the Logic Behind Candy Crush

Citizen Scientists Aid Researchers in Studying Camel Crickets

Cleaner than Clean: Understanding the Grooming Habits of Termites in Japan

Saving the Honeybee with Genetics and Beekeeping

Scientific Artwork Attracts Human and Arthropod Alike

Drawn Together by the Casimir Effect

Science Hangout: Why is Clownfish Behavior in Finding Nemo Misleading?

Science Hangout: Dr. Gruss on Advancing Research

Pizza Lunch Podcasts

3D Printing Replacement Body Parts

Engineering Around Extreme Events

An Inside View: Tales Told by a Doctor

The Promise and Peril of Drones

Compounds Treat Substance Abuse and Parkinson's Disease

Preventing Spread of an Avian Influenza Strain as an Army Veterinarian

Chasing Down Cosmic Dust

Ultrafast Animals: Mantis Shrimp and Trap-Jaw Ants

Redesigning the Human Genome with DNA-Binding Proteins

Retracing the Evolution of African Penguins

Smart Materials Used to Treat Uterine Fibroids

Pancreatic Cancer and More Effective Treatments

How You Can Better Communicate Your Science

Robots in Clinical and Home Environments

Rolling the Dice on Big Data

Addressing Emergent Challenges with Wind Power