I have written articles on a multitude of topics, including COVID-19, sustainability and muons
Construction crews start lowering equipment a mile underground for excavation for DUNE
How do you build a ship in a bottle? Everything necessary to construct the enormous Fermilab-hosted international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment must fit down a narrow, mile-deep shaft cut through solid rock.
Mental Health, Well-Being and Research
University of Michigan Chemistry
with Taylor Soucy
Jen Heemstra, Associate Professor at Emory University, visited the University of Michigan in January to talk a bit about her research designing DNA biosensors and a lot about her perspectives on failure, self-care, and how being an academic is a little like being an athlete
Interfering grapefruit and low-stress tomatoes
Newscripts January 30, 2022 | A version of this story appeared in Volume 100, Issue 4
ICARUS gets ready to fly
The ICARUS detector, part of Fermilab’s Short-Baseline Neutrino Program, will officially start its hunt for elusive sterile neutrinos this fall. The international collaboration led by Nobel laureate Carlo Rubbia successfully brought the detector online and is now collecting test data and making final improvements.
Communication skills and attention to detail assisted this chemist turned teacher turned writer and editor through multiple career transformations | A version of this story appeared in Volume 100, Issue 9
Argonaut project launches design effort for super-cold robotics
Fermilab scientists are developing one of the most cold-tolerant robots ever made so they can monitor the interiors of particle detectors. The project has already garnered some interest from engineers at other research institutions, including NASA.