Stuart Higa Fox is a journalist who specializes in x, y, and z.

(where x is science, y is interactive experiences and z is probably more science)

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Did a Technician Accurately Forecast the L’Aquila Earthquake–Or Was It a Lucky Guess?

– Scientific American

Michael Crichton, Dead at 66

– Popular Science

When Did the French Start Making Wine?

– Wine Spectator

Pentagon Wants Loving Chat-Bot to Calm Troops’ Kids

– Wired

The Geekification of TV

– Popular Science

iPad Breathes New Life into German Board Games

– Livescience.com

How Giant Pterosaurs Took Flight

– Scientific American

Happy 50th Birthday to the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence!

– Popular Science

Boldly Going

– Popular Science

Are Hornets the Secret of Good Wine?

– Wine Spectator

Data of the Dead: Digital Life Creates Legacy Problems

– Livescience.com

Singularity Summit 2009: Open The Pod Bay Door, HAL

– Popular Science

Congressional UAV Caucus Courts Robot Voters

– Popular Science

Bathtub Biodiesel

– JRSE

Singularity Summit 2009: Just How’s This Thing Gonna Work, Anyways?

– Popular Science

The Future Isn’t What It Used to Be

– Popular Science

Singularity Summit 2009: Thus Spake Kurzweil

– Popular Science

Singularity Summit 2009: Ten Unanswered Questions For Our Future Robot Overlords

– Popular Science

Alternative Energy Goes To War

– JRSE

Plastic Convert Provides Recycling and Energy to the Developing World

– JRSE

The US Is Investing Heavily in International Solar Research

– JRSE

Alternative Energy for the People Who Need Cheap Power the Most

– JRSE

Technology Transfer Goals Missed at Climate Conference

– JRSE

Buy Low, Cell High

– JRSE

Solar Power of the Arab Spring

– JRSE

New Gasification Process Reaches Previously Unheard Of Efficiency

– JRSE

Steve Jobs’ Real Legacy Resides with Apple’s Competitors

– Livescience.com

Nuclear Power Plant Construction Advances, Slowly

– JRSE

MIT Uses Green Grease To Help Brazilian Garbage Collectors

– JRSE

Full Steam Ahead

– Science World

After 30 Years, Computer Mouse Still Prevails

– Livescience.com

Ball Tracker

– Science World

Synthetic Life May Reveal Origins of Natural Life

– Livescience.com

Fashion Tech: Science Jewelry Ready for the Big Time

– Livescience.com

Snoop Dogg and Norton Team Up to Smoke Cybercrime

– Livescience.com

How the NFL Decides What New Technologies to Adopt

– Livescience.com

Online Product Placements ‘Hack’ into Your Memory

– Livescience.com

The Technological Ups and Downs of a Korean Reunification

– Livescience.com

The Secret to Pairing Wine and Food: Texture

– Wine Spectator

Bob Guccione, Publisher of OMNI Magazine, Dead at 79

– Livescience.com

CES 2011: Wrangling Rights for Cloud-Based Content

– Livescience.com

Russian Spies Hid Secret Codes in Online Photos

– Livescience.com

The Media and the Flu

– Popular Science

Thin Capacitors Give Batteries A Run For Their Money

– JRSE

Again with the Cyber War

– Popular Science

Fashion Nerd: A Whole New Kind of DIY

– Popular Science

Stopping Bell Pepper Flavors Through Viticulture

– Wine Spectator

Wine May Fight Cancer, But How?

– Wine Spectator

To TiVo or Not to TiVo

– Popular Science

Facebook Movies Probe Web’s Newfound Honesty

– Livescience.com

MIND Reviews: Lie to Me

– Scientific American

J.J. Abrams Gets Lost Again

– Popular Science

For Wonder Material Graphene, Nobel Prize is Just The Start

– Livescience.com

Singularity Summit 2009: Supreme Mathematics of Gods and Earths

– Popular Science

Creatures of Light

American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY

Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture

American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY

Beyond Rubik’s Cube

Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, NJ