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  1. Click To Edit ImageAmNat Press Release, "Are tropical species more prone to extinction due to climate warming?", 2012,
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  3. PNAS From the Cover, "Variation in universal temperature dependence of biological rates", 2011, PNAS, 108(26), 10377-10378.
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  5. Nature News and Views, "Physiology: There is no single p", highlightinh of paper on curvature in metabolic scaling of mammals, Nature 461: 691-693.
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  7. The Edge World Question Center, "What are you optimistic about (for 2007)?", Steven Strogatz, Cornell University Professor, describes my work on sleep and says it is what he is most optimistic about for the new year.
 
Harvard Gazette, "Sleep found to repair and reorganize the brain", cover article describing my recent work on sleep and cell size

Thomson Scientific's Essential Science Indicators, feature on my work and entry into top 1% of scientists in environment and ecology in terms of citations, appearing in December 2007.

cience Daily, "Species sizes affect lives of cells in mammals", highlight of paper on organismal constraints on cell size and cellular metabolic rate

PNAS In This Issue, "Geometry of vascular systems governs plant forms", highlighting of paperon selective pressures on plant architectures, PNAS 104 12952
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