From the chemistry of crime to the science of magic,
these pieces communicate technical concepts to nontechnical audiences.
ThoughtCo, part of Dotdash (formerly About.Com)
I am 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.
What is the zeroth law of thermodynamics? (12/11/18)
What is natural frequency? (12/1/18)
An introduction to queuing theory (7/9/18)
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)