Jolene Creighton, Hattiesburg American

Jolene Creighton

Hattiesburg American

United States

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Past articles by Jolene:

Travel anywhere in just 4 hours?

Who wouldn’t want to have breakfast on the French Riviera, take a walk along the Great Wall of China, and then cap off the evening by staring at stars in the Alaskan wilderness? Well, it seems that this might be possible. At least, it might be possible very soon, thanks to a British aerospace firm, known as Reaction Engines Limited (REL), that is working on an aircraft that will be able to… → Read More

Paper towels or hand dryers?

Columnist Jolene Creighton looks at report on hand dryers. → Read More

Can meditation alter cancer survivors’ cells?

Columnist Jolene Creighton looks at recent research from a group of Canadian scientists. → Read More

Better treatment for brain cancer on horizon

Columnist Jolene Creighton looks at a discovery by medical company CarThera. → Read More

Scientific discovery brings new hope to stroke victims

Discovery could restore function in patients with a number of disorders. → Read More

Ebola in the US: Why you shouldn’t panic

Columnist Jolene Creighton takes a look at Ebola in the United States. → Read More

Floating farming system in works

Columnist Jolene Creighton discusses a system of farming developed by Spanish architects. → Read More

Scientists eye way to stop HIV infection

A vaccine has stopped stop monkeys from being infected with the monkey equivalent of HIV. → Read More

CREIGHTON: Dark matter detected?

Latest discovery has potential to explain mass of entire universe. → Read More

Summer just got a lot cooler

Columnist Jolene Creighton has all the details on a new kind of ice cream. → Read More

Scientists accidentally discover human 'off switch'

Throughout history, accidents have led us to a number of amazing discoveries. → Read More

Scientists have ‘resurrected’ 1918 Spanish flu

Scientists from have created an influenza virus that is similar to the 1918 strain. → Read More

Plastics waste likely to last long time

Scientists have discovered a new way our garbage is transforming — by making plastic rocks. → Read More

Paving the way for solar roads in the US

Jolene Creighton looks at Solar Roadways, a company hoping to change how people travel. → Read More

Scientists create red blood cells

In a landmark breakthrough, scientists in the United Kingdom recently announced they have developed a technique to manufacture type-O blood from stem cells. This discovery is notable for a number of reasons. → Read More

Suspended animation trial to take place

Each day, individuals are admitted to the emergency room with traumatic injuries. Unfortunately, many of these individuals have little hope for survival. → Read More

Humans aren't only unique species

We often talk about how humans are unique. In a lot of ways, we are. → Read More

Science First: Mapping the inside of an asteroid

Some scientific discoveries seem rather remote; some might even call them pointless. → Read More