Scientists work towards inducing human hibernation to treat diseases - DownToEarth. January 14, 2019. PDF.
Frozen Frogs, Hibernating Bears, Lemurs in Torpor: The Science of Suspended Animation - Medium. September 27, 2018.
Warm winter could hurt hibernating animals – CBC news. January 5, 2007.
Squirrels Help to Store Organs – London Times, 2000
Organ Cryopreservation: Nature’s Protocol For Freezing Organs – Science Trends, Rasha Al-attar and Kenneth B. Storey. August 2018.
Frozen Frogs - ForestFridays - Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry. January 25, 2019.
Pleins feux sur... l'hiver et la grenouille des bois – Plein de ressources, nos chroniques. Quebec Government. October 2015
Living on the edge – Article featuring frozen frogs, Canada Foundation for Innovation, June 2011
It's spring in Canada! – Blog. Brazil. May 2010
Frogs may buy time for organ transplants – News feature in the Sydeny Morning Herald from Ken’s plenary lecture at the International Congress of Human Genetics meeting in Brisbane, Australia, August 2006.
Ask the Scientists – Frozen Alive, questions and answers about frozen frogs ,Scientific Frontiers, PBS
An Icy Stare – Wood frog frozen eyes. A popular commentary in the British Journal of Opthamology Vol. 89, pp. 1236 (2005)
New Theory Places Origin of Diabetes in an Age of Icy Hardships – Type 1 diabetes and a link to ice age cold tolerance
Full article in Medical Hypotheses; NY Times, May 2005
Frozen frog may give docs jump on human transplants – National Geographic News, March 2005
The Biology of . . . Cryogenics – Discover magazine, February 2005, p.20-21
Looking to frozen frogs for clues to improve human medicine – Cryopreservation feature article with pictures, The Seattle Times, Dec. 2004.
Frozen frogs – The Leader magazine, Scouts Canada, 2004
Seeking Life in the Deep Freeze – Ottawa Citizen, 2003
The Big Freeze– Canadian Wildlife, winter 2003
Frozen Alive – pictures and information about frozen frogs from NatureNorth
Wood frogs in the classroom and rearing tadpoles from NatureNorth
Cold-blooded Solutions to Warm-blooded Problems – Frozen frogs at the San Francisco Exploratorium