Science Communicator & Writer
I have written articles on a range of topics, including microbes, sustainability, and muons.
A version of this story appeared in Volume 101, Issue 15
A version of this story appeared in Volume 100, Issue 24
Cooking in the kitchen affects indoor air quality in complex ways. The best way to stay safe is simple: Use good ventilation
with Brittany Trang
Answers to five common questions about how to become a science writer.
Not everything in Dungeons and Dragons is fantasy.
A version of this story appeared in Volume 101, Issue 11
Elite athletes train their brains and bodies to be in perfect sync, but sometimes mixed signals can spell disaster.
Elena Long’s search for community as a trans scientist put her at the forefront of LGBT+ advocacy in physics.
Sanford Underground Research Facility is making an effort to build bridges with Native American communities and operate with respect for the sacred land it is built on.
NASW Student Newsroom
The Peruvian Amazon is home to a multitude of bacteria that thrive on extreme heat—and may lead to new drugs.
Winner, 2020 Student Summer Writing Award
A version of this story appeared in Volume 101, Issue 7
A new look at old images of Earth’s strange sister shows hints that the planet’s crust was more mobile more recently than previously thought.
Theoretical physicist Clifford Johnson answers my questions about his work in science and outreach, including advising on movies like Avengers: Endgame.
A super-precise experiment at Fermilab is carefully analyzing every detail of the muon’s magnetic moment.