This article discusses this history and controversy around misoprostol and features Bixby Center Chair Malcolm Potts and Scientific Director Dr. Ndola Prata.
New York times blogger Andrew Revkin linked to the Bixby Center population growth page in his, DOT EARTH blog. The article discussed his song LIBERATED CARBON and included links to describe the background behind some lines.
The North Adams Transcript’s review of “Sex and War: How Biology Explains Warfare and Terrorism and Offers a Path to a Safer World”
By Bixby Chair Malcolm Potts and Thomas Hayden
Bixby Chair Malcolm Potts Op-Ed In the LA Times honoring 50 Years of the Birth Control Pill. Oral contraceptives give women control of reproduction, and they have proved to be effective in preventing many diseases.
In May Mother Jones Magazine asked Bixby Chair Malcolm Potts, along with other experts, to answer this question on the Mother Jones website.
The April 12 Issue of Miller-Mccune is written by Bixby Chair Dr. Malcolm Potts and Thomas Hayden. “The human tendency toward war is based on biology, but the right family planning policies can redirect the world toward peace”
The Nigerian news paper the Nation featured Bixby work on prevention of postpartum hemorrhage. “I use to bleed after birth and sometimes, I would faint. But after taking this drug, there was no bleeding. And I want to say that I am very grateful to those who provided these drugs”.
NIH Fogarty International Center Global Health Matters: Fogarty grantees employ implementation science to reduce maternal deaths in Nigeria
Bixby’s Programs in Nigeria are featured in the NIH Fogarty International Center Global Health Matters newsletter which explores the latest information on Global Health.
Each semester at UC Berkeley, Malcolm Potts and Raymond Dennehy engage in a rigorous, but gracious, back and forth. And students get a lesson about the art of argumentation.
The Radio show EarthSky had a 90 second interivew with Bixby Chair Malcolm Potts on empowering women in Afghanistan.