Your New Sex Ed Teacher is a Chatbot
Freethink,  April 2020 Read

Move the Sun, Save the Earth: A Plan That Could Relocate Our Solar System
Freethink,  February 2020 Read

The Fight to End Illegal Logging
Freethink,  December 2019 Read

How Women are Leading the Charge to Recycle Whole Houses
Smithsonian Magazine,  July 2019 Read

The Dark Toll of Light Pollution
Freethink,  November 2019 Read

How do you toast a gene therapy trial? With tea.
National Human Genome Research Institute, July 2019 Read

Meet the Artist Who Paints With DNA Clues
Freethink,  October 2019 Read

Meet the Scientists Using FOIA to See Their Competitor’s Grants
BuzzFeed News, August 2017 Read

This musician transforms scientific data to elaborate melodies
Freethink,  July 2019 Read

Prosthetics as Fashion: Designers Transform Prosthetic Leg Covers into Wearable Art
Freethink, September 2019 Read

Smart guns exist. Why aren’t they on the market?
PBS NewsHour, May 2018 Read

Decision over a tiny baitfish could sway the largest East Coast fishery
PBS NewsHour, November 2017 Read

The Jones Act, explained (and what waiving it means for Puerto Rico)
PBS NewsHour, September 2017 Read

Preventing Plastic’s Perils
UCSC Magazine, March 2018 Read

Untangling the Kelp Forest
Science Notes, August 2017 Read

Sea Snails on Acid
Scientific American, November 2016 Read

This New York river dumps millions of fabric microfibers into the ocean daily
PBS NewsHour, August 2017 Read

With San Clemente Dam Gone are Steelhead Trout About to Make a Comeback in the Carmel River?
Mercury News, July 2017 Read

How Building A Wall Can Save A Forest
Inside Science, May 2017 Read

As glaciers shrink, iceberg tourism booms
PBS NewsHour, July 2018 Read

Book Contributions

Discovering the Deep Blue Sea: Research, Innovation, and Social Engagement
National Academies Press, June 2018

Adventure on the High Seas
Eldridge Tide and Pilot Book, January 2017 Read

Tiny Homes on the Move
Shelter Publications, April 2014


The Dangerous Job of the International Ice Patrol
Freethink,  May 2020

Every Significant Breakthrough That’s Stemmed from the Pandemic
Freethink,  April 2020

Bioengineered Blood Soaks Up Toxins Inside the Body
Freethink,  May 2020

Disease Detectives: Tracking Invisible Killers
Freethink,  April 2020

Can Green Light Therapy Cure Chronic Pain
Freethink,  April 2020

Sending Heat to Space to Reverse Global Warming
Freethink,  April 2020

A New Approach to Green Building Could Reverse Climate Change
Freethink,  April 2020

New to Homeschooling? Here Are Five Resources That Can Help
Freethink,  March 2020

Minecraft Players Built a Massive Library for Censored News
Freethink,  March 2020

The Hidden History in the Notre Dame Attic
Freethink,  March 2020

How a Paralympic Swimmer Helps Advance Bionic Limbs
Freethink,  March 2020

24/7 Solar Power is on the Horizon
Freethink,  March 2020

“Seeing” the World Through Smell
Freethink,  March 2020

AI Device Helps Wheelchair Users Control Their World
Freethink,  March 2020

Coast-To-Coast in 30 Minutes: Solving the Physics of Hypersonic Flight
Freethink,  March 2020

Building an Artificially Intelligent, Open-Source Bionic Leg
Freethink,  March 2020

Run Faster. Think Better: Hugh Herr on the Future of Bionics
Freethink,  February 2020

Can the Maritime Industry Go Green? Washington Ferries Show Us How
Freethink,  February 2020

Helping the Invisible be Found
Freethink,  February 2020

Legal Pot is Finally Growing Up and Going to College
Freethink,  January 2020

A Fleet of Underwater Drones Probing the Earth’s Interior
Freethink,  January 2020

In a Circular Economy, Leaders Look to Eliminate Waste
Freethink,  January 2020

The First Universal Flu Vaccine Could Be Coming Soon
Freethink,  January 2020

Tree-Planting Drones Restore Charred Forests
Freethink,  January 2020

Powering the Most Remote Areas on Earth
Freethink,  January 2020

Conversations with Refugees
Freethink,  January 2020

Freethink Staff Picks: Best of 2019
Freethink,  December 2019

Rock Climbers Help Refugees in America
Freethink,  December 2019

We May Have Found A Drug to Curb Meth Addiction
Freethink,  December 2019

Nature is Good for You. What About VR Nature?
Freethink,  December 2019

Robot Bees Could One Day Save Your Life
Freethink,  December 2019

What’s Special About Cancer-Killing Nanobots? Precision.
Freethink,  December 2019

This Electronic Musician is Transforming the Soundscape of Hospitals
Freethink,  December 2019

Advice from a Death Doula: Unlocking Life Before Death
Freethink,  December 2019

This Artist Tattoos Over Scars to Help People Heal
Freethink,  November 2019

Robots for Autism Teach Human Emotion
Freethink,  November 2019

Wilderness Experience Helps Army Vets Adjust to Live After War
Freethink,  November 2019

Diversity in the Outdoors: Bridging the Adventure Gap
Freethink,  November 2019

Ship’s Logbooks Are The First Records of Climate Change Data
Freethink,  October 2019

Sifting Through Sound: Using Soundscapes to Understand Ecosystem Health
Freethink,  October 2019

Female Scientists Were Written out of History Books. Margaret Rossiter Changed That.
Freethink,  October 2019

Preparing for Climate Change
Freethink,  October 2019

Researchers Found a Species of Stony Coral Ready to Withstand Climate Change
Freethink,  October 2019

These Scientists Extract Plastic from Bacteria
Freethink,  October 2019

Scientists Grew a Mini Brain in a Lab. It Has Human-Like Brain Waves. What Does That Mean for Research?
Freethink,  Sept 2019

A Language Goes Extinct Every Two Weeks. Here’s a Plan to Save Them.
Freethink,  Sept 2019

Life Jackets Are Used to Create Jewelry, Opportunity for Refugees
Freethink,  Sept 2019

This woman is on a mission to turn beer into food
Freethink, August 2019

Wearable Robotic Suits Could be Coming to a Store Near You
Freethink, August 2019

Negotiating Genre and New Media for STEM News
Journalism Practise, June 2019

To build a goldfish, start with a blueprint, June 2019

DNA tests stand on shaky ground to define Native American identity, April 2019

Dr. Ellen Sidransky recognized for unique insight into Parkinson’s research, April 2019

Mapping the brain to find links between genes and ADHD, March 2019

Music you love enough to defend
PBS NewsHour, April 2018

Our ancestors in East Africa were making sophisticated tools far earlier than we thought
PBS NewsHour, March 2018

This artist reimagines the national parks with climate change in 2050
PBS NewsHour, February 2018

Can migratory birds survive rapid climate change, the answer may be in their genes
PBS NewsHour, January 2018

Fossil fuels are making freshwater lakes more acidic at triple the rate of oceans
PBS NewsHour, January 2018

Finding a complete dolphin skeleton to study isn’t easy, unless you have a dolphin graveyard
PBS NewsHour, January 2018

Why you can’t always resist running yellow lights
PBS NewsHour, December 2017

Amazonian fish need tropical forests to survive
PBS NewsHour, December 2017

3 eye-opening science based New Years resolutions that could help everyone
PBS NewsHour, December 2017

Sugar industry witheald possible evidence of cancer link 50 years ago, researchers say
PBS NewsHour, November 2017

LISTEN: These kayaks turn ocean science into music
PBS NewsHour, November 2017

What a fashion line made from food with teach you about waste
PBS NewsHour, November 201

A 2-million-year-old ‘supergene’ helps these butterflies mimic their posionous cousins
PBS NewsHour, November 2017

Even earless oysters ‘clam up’ over noise pollution
PBS NewsHour, September 2017

Don’t Trust Your Intuition
WindCheck, October 2017

These conservatives are making a case for clean energy
PBS NewsHour, October 2017

10 ways this year’s MacArthur fellows find their ‘genius’
PBS NewsHour, October 2017

The Jones Act explained (and what waiving it means for Puerto Rico)
PBS Newshour, September 2017

Tropical forests now emit more carbon than they soak up
PBS Newshour, September 2017

The odd swimming style of plesiosaurs’ decoded by a robot
PBS Newshour, September 2017

Human echolocators ‘see’ with sound. Here’s what that actually looks like.
PBS Newshour, September 2017

How to help Hurricane Irma victims
PBS Newshour, September 2017

Gut microbes found in hunter-gatherers sift with the seasons
PBS NewsHour, August 2017

When faced with pollution, these sea snakes shed their stripes.
PBS NewsHour, August 201

4 things you should know about ticks and Lyme disease this summer.
PBS NewsHour, July 2017

Forget stitches. These slug-inspired adhesives could heal your wounds.
PBS NewsHour, July 2017

Elephant seals recognize vocal rhythms to avoid bullies
PBS NewsHour, July 2017

Cunning ravens can plan ahead, study shows
PBS NewsHour, July 2017

Sound Recorders Track Seabirds by the Seashore
Inside Science, July 2017

Ancient Practice of Eating Soil Might Post Risk to Unborn Babies
Inside Science, June 2017

Creepy Fish Provides Window Into Ocean’s Mysterious Twilight Zone
Inside Science, May 2017

Science Spotlight: Schooling and Flocking
Hilltromper, May 2017

Lasers shed light on the inner workings of the giant larvacean
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, May 2017

This researcher studies how curiosity—not just knowledge—about science influences public perceptions of highly contested topics.
The SciCom Interviews, May 2017

Careful Crop Selection Near Airports Could Reduce Bird Strikes
Inside Science, April 2017

Curiosity – not just knowledge – about science influences public perceptions about vaccines, climate change
Science, February 2017

Shifting Sands: Santa Cruz, scientists, and Boardwalk battle against forces of nature
Mercury News, republished by Coastal Care and Santa Cruz Sentinal, January 2017

Bringing Back the Nassau Grouper
Scientific American, January 2017

Commercial Oyster Farming Could Help Increase Biodiversity In Delaware Bay
GeoSpeace, AGU Blogosphere, December 2016

Can Data Extracted from Twitter Help Map Flood Hazards
Earth & Space Science News, December 2016

Scientists Test Less Invasive Method of Locating Oil in the Deep Sea
GeoSpeace, AGU Blogosphere, December 201

Taking a Closer Look Leads to Re-Discovery of a Prevalent Deep-Sea Animal
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, November 2016

Humpback Whales Learn Habitat Loyalty From Their Mothers
Mongabay, November 2016

Automating a 20-year Survey of Deep-Sea Animals
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, November 2016

Sneaker Males: There Is Something In The Water
Untamed Science, October 2016

The Payoff
Voyages Magazine, January 2017

Right Sized Boating
Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors, July 2015

Yeah Water, Yeah Happy
Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors
, January 2015

Night Vision: Can You See In the Dark
Cruising World Magazine, June 2014

The Knot You Never Thought You Needed
Cruising World Magazine
, March 2014

The Nuts & Bolts of Kite Aerial Photography
SAIL Magazine, March 2014

Iceberg Bound
Grand Traverse Women, November 2013

The Cruising Kitty
SAIL Magazine, June 2013

Citizen Oceanographer
Blue Water Sailing, June 2013

What to Pack in Your Sea Duffel
SAIL Magazine, June 2013

Understanding the Rule of 12ths
SAIL Magazine, April 2013

Understanding Long Shore Drift
SAIL Magazine, December 2012

Unleashing Women’s Potential

Blue Water Sailing Magazine, December 2012

What Causes A Sea Breeze
SAIL Magazine, November 2012

What’s An Ocean Gyre
SAIL Magazine, October 2012

The Gifts of Solo Sailing
Cruising World Magazine
, February 2012

One Simple Production Book
Morse Alpha Studios, December 2011

The Payoff
Windcheck Magazine, October 2011

Lessons Learned
Spirituality & Health, September 2011

Why Two Boats
Living Aboard
, May 2011

Your Disability Is Your Opportunity
Women & Cruising, April 2011

Afraid Of The Dark
Women & Cruising, August 2011

Living Simply
Grand Traverse Woman, July 2010

First Wind
Record Eagle Newspaper, November 2009