From the chemistry of crime to the science of magic,
these pieces communicate technical concepts to nontechnical audiences.
I am a contributor to Microsoft’s Bing Creations, which hosts original stories from creators directly on Bing.
The Daily Northwestern, newspaper at Northwestern University
I was a reporter at The Daily Northwestern, interviewing subject-matter experts, residents, and city officials to write articles on science, health, and technology, and city events. My author page is here.
Helix Magazine, Northwestern University
I was a science blogger at Helix Magazine, hosted by Science in Society at Northwestern University.
How it works: Microwave ovens (4/8/17)
Our hopes of fleeing to a distant planet were just blown away by space wind (12/15/17) (archived)
I annotated a paper on self-driving cars published in Science for AAAS’s science outreach program Science in the Classroom. To see the annotations, please click on the colored check boxes.
Space Nation Orbit, a website that makes outer space relatable
You could totally do handstands - in space (11/17/17)
SPORK!, a nonprofit promoting awareness of disabilities
The many flavors of awareness (1/27/16)
ThoughtCo, part of Dotdash (formerly About.Com)
From March 2018 to February 2019, I was a regular contributor to the educational website ThoughtCo, writing monthly articles on STEM topics for high schoolers and college students. My author page is here.
An introduction to queuing theory (7/9/18)