Martin Fritz Huber

Death in Glacier National Park

On Sunday, September 14, the body of a 22-year old Missoula resident was recovered from the north side of Mount Siyeh in Montana’s Glacier National Park. Initial reports suggest that the man,... Read More

The Horrible American Diet

A 12-year study of Americans' eating habits indicates that we're eating healthier—though still very poorly. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health gauged the eating habits of... Read More

Livestrong Makes $50 Million Donation

In what the Texas Tribune is calling a "major strategic move," the Livestrong Foundation announced that it will make a $50 million donation to the University of Texas at Austin's new Dell Medical... Read More

The Future of Food Is Edible Packaging

Gary Hirschberg, chairman of the Stonyfield Farm organic yogurt brand, has long been obsessed with packaging, or, rather, finding ways to eliminate it. "I've always believed we should use less,"... Read More

Temporary Tattoo Will Charge Your Phone

Your brutal gym workouts in the not-too-distant future could power your electronic devices. In the latest of a series of exciting innovations unveiled at the American Chemical Society meeting in... Read More

Bee Venom Can Fight Cancer

Researchers at the 248th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) presented findings showing that the venom from bees, snakes, and scorpions could potentially be used to fight... Read More

Barefoot Runner Smashes Record

Over the weekend, Andrew Snope of Savannah, Georgia, set a new world record in 24-hour barefoot running. The 28-year-old covered 136.98 miles on an indoor 400-meter track in the Alaska Dome in... Read More

It's Happening: Climate Change Refugees

New Zealand has recently accepted a refugee application from a family from the island nation of Tuvalu. The family cited climate change as one reason for relocation. Tuvalu is a Polynesian island... Read More

Shark Attack on Camera

Thanks to a group of engineers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study of the world's oceans, we can all have a more accurate idea of... Read More

Drone Crashes into Yellowstone Spring

In June, the National Park Service banned the use of drones in all national parks, following an initial ban in Yosemite. Despite such restrictions, there are still those who cannot resist the urge... Read More

How Capitalism Can Save Whales

A voluntary initiative by federal wildlife officials and environmentalists will start paying cargo ships to slow down when they travel through the Santa Barbara Channel in an effort to help protect... Read More

We've Entered a Craft Beer Bull Market

Americans have had it with watered-down swill. The mid-year report released by the Brewers Association (BA) reported that American craft-beer-production volume has increased by 18 percent for the... Read More

Southern California Buried in Mud

About 2,500 people are stranded in southern California after severe thunderstorms caused mountain mudslides yesterday evening, making many roads impassable. In San Bernardino County, the mudslides... Read More