Anna Spiewak
Editor

Anna Spiewak is the Editor of R&D Magazine and works on this brand in its various exciting forms— print, online, e-newsletters, the famous R&D 100 Awards and the new technology conference launched in 2015. She brings with her an enthusiasm for science and technology and a lengthy career in journalism. Prior to joining ABM, Anna was the Senior News Editor at Commercial Property Executive magazine in Manhattan, where she covered the life science industry and developed a strong interest in research and development. She is an award-winning journalist who has also worked for Google, New York Post and The Bergen Record. Anna is fluent in three other languages (Polish, Russian, basic French) and holds a master’s degree in Journalism from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in English from Rutgers University.

Now you can use tattoos for more than just artistic self-expression.
12.27.2016
4:29pm
A new nanotechnology technique sharpens tumor margins for surgery.
12.22.2016
8:32am
As a pediatric surgeon by training, Anthony Atala was inspired by his youngest patients to go the extra mile in the 3D bioprinting of organs.
12.20.2016
1:46pm
What if you were told that there’s a method to that emergency C-section madness that you’ve had or that your wife has gone through?
12.19.2016
11:55am
There’s a new mathematical method that prevents epidemics by vaccinating fewer people than before.
12.13.2016
12:09pm
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The relationship between these two institutions should be a symbiotic one, according to Joy Goswami.
12.1.2016
9:07am
Sleeping on it is no longer the best option, according to researchers.
11.30.2016
8:39am
The U.S. science and engineering workforce has become more diverse, but several racial and ethnic minority groups continue to be significantly underrepresented.
11.23.2016
11:38am
Taking another bone and breaking it to make it fit into a patient's face is not the best option any longer.
11.18.2016
9:26am
The second annual R&D 100 Conference concluded with a look into the future.
11.11.2016
3:38pm
Forget everything you’ve ever learned about innovation and invention, says Stephen Shapiro.
11.4.2016
2:43pm
Rosemarie Truman addresses the crucial role of startup companies in the R&D sector and the need to accelerate and commercialize more federal inventions at...
11.3.2016
8:34am
Researchers have developed a new prosthetic system that allows amputees to feel the same intensity of pressure on their prosthetic hands as they feel with...
10.28.2016
2:35pm
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Small lies tend to turn into bigger ones and desensitize the brain to dishonesty, says study.
10.25.2016
11:46am
Every week, our magazine features an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is Applied Brain Reseach...
10.25.2016
8:13am
All yeasts are not created equal.
10.21.2016
12:28pm
Every week, the magazine features an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is VUV Analytics'...
10.20.2016
8:05am
While our choices lead to action, how does this exactly happen in our brains when we first make a choice between two options?
10.11.2016
11:46am
The steroid hormone gets a bad rap in modern society, but it could also lead men to do good deeds.
9.29.2016
8:35am
Every week, R&D Magazine features an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is MilliporeSigma...
9.27.2016
11:29am
Every week, R&D Magazine features an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is Rigaku Analytical...
9.20.2016
11:42am
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Have you ever wondered why some people who sleep fewer hours feel groggy and unrefreshed, while others feel no effects at all?
9.16.2016
2:29pm
Every week, we feature an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is Milliken & Co.'s...
9.13.2016
12:10pm
Every week, R&D Magazine will feature an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is 908 Devices,...
9.8.2016
10:23am
Psychological research reveals that a high level of knowledge about a topic doubles the chances of ‘false memories’ about one’s topic of specialization.
9.1.2016
1:33pm
Every week, R&D Magazine will feature an R&D 100 Flashback, chosen from our R&D 100 archive of winners. This week's flashback is Los Alamos...
9.1.2016
6:52am
Two researchers set out to conduct a study on divorces and found the first quantitative evidence of a seasonal, biannual pattern to divorce filings.
8.25.2016
12:06pm
Despite recent gloomy news headlines, humans are indeed open to exploring friendships with strangers from other groups than their own.
8.5.2016
12:00pm
Biologists research longevity among the sexes, which leads to some surprising results.
7.29.2016
12:00pm
As the annual R&D 100 Awards is underway, the magazine looks back at one of its prominent Innovator of the Year winners.
7.26.2016
10:17am
Can infants pick the type of toys they like to play with well before gender identity kicks in?
7.22.2016
10:53am
We know that reading books inspires the mind, but did you also know it can affect your political views?
7.21.2016
9:53am
It all began with this man—the very first winner of R&D Magazine's Scientist of the Year Award.
7.19.2016
7:02am
The NASA spacecraft has sent back to Earth its first image, now confirming the beginning of the space probe’s 20-month mission around the solar system’s...
7.13.2016
3:44pm
The Golden State currently outshines all others in terms of solar energy and here’s why.
7.12.2016
9:19am
Could politically radicalized individuals to some degree be driven by boredom experiences in their everyday lives?
7.7.2016
3:15pm
What motivates people to contribute to trustful moral judgment, which is a public good yet tends to be costly?
7.7.2016
6:41am
A team of researchers show how a leader’s positive energy has a direct impact on productivity, absenteeism and commitment.
7.5.2016
12:18pm
This new research will allow patients who are sick and tired of being sick and tired to be diagnosed more rapidly, and with greater accuracy.
7.1.2016
11:30am