Lina Zeldovich

Lina Zeldovich grew up in a family of Russian scientists, listening to bedtime stories about volcanoes and black holes. Now she edits science features at Nautilus and has written for Scientific American, Psychology Today, Hemispheres and other publications. She is working on a book and is endlessly fascinated by poisons, parasites and poop.

Stories By Lina Zeldovich

The Magic Poop Potion

An Indiana grandma killed off a devastating superbug with a homemade fecal transplant and then embarked on a crusade to win over the FDA.