Reports on Daniel's Research and Work in the Media
- Washington Post, July 2, 2016: by Simon Denyer
- New York Times, June 27, 2016: by Kai Schultz
- The Economist, Dec. 2015: Caterpillar fungus -The emperor’s mighty brother, Demand for an aphrodisiac has brought unprecedented wealth to rural Tibet - and trouble in its wake. James Miles
- National Geographic Magazine, Aug. 2012: Tibetan Gold - A medicinal fungus highly prized in China is fueling a boom on the Tibetan Plateau.
byMichael Finke read my review of this article.
- Seattle Times Article on the 2012 PSMS Mushroom Show
- The Guardian article from June 17, 2010: Fungus gold rush in Tibetan plateau rebuilding lives after earthquake -Growing dependence on the profitable trade in 'Himalayan Viagra' has led to violent clashes.
- In the German edition of Financial Times Germany an article by Ruth Fendh looking into the economic site of Yartsa gunbu, mostly based on my research: Wertvoller Raupenpilz: Pilze für ein Vermögen - Einmal im Jahr verfällt die Himalaja-Region in einen Rausch. Tausende Bewohner ziehen aus, um ihr Einkommen aufzubessern. Mit dem Sammeln kostbarer Pilze. link
On the Air
- BBC World Service's Newshour July 27, 2017: Interview on Caterpillar fungus in general and the impact of climate change. Interview Cordyceps Daniel Winkler 19 min 10sec.
- Seattle's NPR station KUOW had in late October a radio feature produced by Ann Dornfeld on PNW mushroom hunting that features PSMS' "Fat of the Land"-Langdon Cook and me
- "Living in Extremes" 2003 - KEO 4 installment TV series on living in extreme environment presented by Nick Middelton. Participated presenting living in high altitude conditions in Tibet.
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