Popular press

Variation on an Infinity of Triangles.  JILA Research Highlights, February, 2012.

No Free Lunch for Entangled Particles.  JILA Research Highlights, January 2012.

Schrodinger Cats Light the Way. JILA Research Highlights, January 2012.

Simulating a Starquake, JILA Research Highlights, December 2012.

Cracking the Story of Fracture.  Physical Review Focus, January 29, 2010.

How a Scientist Becomes a Freelance Science Writer, National Association of Science Writers website, January 2010.

Cool Facts about HeatBeyond Penguins and Polar Bears webzine, December, 2009.

Nuclear Waste Management after Yucca Mountain, Science Magazine Podcast, July 17, 2009.

Tiger Moths Jam Bat Sonar, Science Magazine Podcast, July 10, 2009.

Inside Mother of Pearl, Physical Review Focus (an APS publication), July 2007.

Inside a Solar Cell, web interactive for PBS NOVA (2007), http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/solar/inside.html

Causal Relations:  HIV in Guinea, Science & Spirit (bimonthly magazine), May/June 2005.

You’re Not as Great as You Think You Are, Science & Spirit, May/June 2004.

Light Wave Outlasts Itself, Physical Review Focus, May 12, 2004.

Life Beyond Bars, Science & Spirit, March/April 2004.

Electronic Voting Unreliable Without Receipt, Stanford Report, Feb. 18, 2004.

Who Owns the Wind? Science & Spirit, January/February 2003.

City Buildings Rely on Renewable Power Sources, Santa Cruz Sentinel, May 16, 2003.

Bait & Switch, Science & Spirit, May/June 2003.

Sex and Gender Scientists Explore a Revolution in Evolution, Stanford Report, Feb. 16 2003.

Future Farmers, Santa Cruz Sentinel, February 1, 2003.

Cosmos “Big Bubble” Theorist Alan Guth to Lecture, The Stanford Report, Jan. 22, 2003.

Down on the (Research) Farm, Science’s Next Wave (AAAS), Nov. 21, 2002.

Solar Power Still Too Expensive, Santa Cruz Sentinel, November 10, 2002.

Solar Energy Research Heats Up, Santa Cruz Sentinel, Page 1, Nov. 10, 2002.