Quantum Biosensing: Medicine at the Smallest Scales
Chicago Quantum Exchange, October 2021

Einstein’s garden: translating physics into Blackfoot
Symmetry, June 2021

How English became the language of physics
Symmetry, March 2021

US Takes an Important Step Toward Quantum Internet
Inside Science, November 2020

Natural Protein Captures Rare-Earth Elements Better Than Synthetic Chelators
Chemical & Engineering News, August 2020

Better Models, More Computing Power Led to Accurate Hurricane Laura Predictions
Inside Science, August 2020

New Theory Says We’ve Been Wrong About How Bubbles Pop
Inside Science, August 2020

Physics In a Second Language
Symmetry, August 2020

3-D Printed Material Purifies Biogas at Low Cost
Chemical & Engineering News, August 2020

New Analysis Method Predicts Disruptive Solar Flares
Inside Science, July 2020

What Dark Matter is (Probably) Not
Symmetry, July 2020

Halos of Clay Can Preserve Billion-Year-Old Microbes
Inside Science, June 2020

Inuit Hunters Help Researchers Listen to Narwhals Up Close
Inside Science, May 2020

New Gait, Developed on Poppy Seed Soil, Could Help NASA Rovers Explore Moon and Mars
Inside Science, May 2020

Upgraded LIGO Detector Could See Black Holes Being Thrown Out of Galaxies
Inside Science, April 2020

Reina Reyes Looks Like Science
Symmetry, February 2020

New Kind of Particle Collider Could Reach Higher Energy at Lower Cost
Inside Science, February 2020

Particle Physics for Preschoolers
Symmetry, December 2019

Physicists Have Finally Seen Traces of a Long-Sought Particle. Here’s Why That’s a Big Deal.
Live Science, November 2019

Building Up the African Physics Community
Symmetry, November 2019

Profiles: Pat Brown (Impossible Foods) and Uma Valeti (Memphis Meats)
WIRED Magazine, November 2019

A “Quiet” Measurement of a Quantum Drum
Physics, October 2019

Quantum-Fluid Droplets Hold Bevy of Charge
Physics, October 2019

With Open Data, Scientists Share Their Work
Symmetry, August 2019

A Strange Radioactive Cloud Likely Came From Russia
WIRED, August 2019

A Newfound Neuron Might Help Keep the Brain’s Cells in Sync
WIRED, August 2019

Where Do Supermassive Black Holes Come From?
WIRED, July 2019

Magnetic Materials Help Explain How Arctic Ice Melts
WIRED, July 2019

What Makes a Good Cooler, According to Physics?
WIRED, July 2019

Stephen Hawking Was Right: Black Holes Can Evaporate, Weird New Study Shows
Live Science, June 2019

One of Stephen Hawking’s Most Famous Theories About Black Holes Just Suffered a Huge Blow
Live Science, April 2019

Physicists Reverse Time for Tiny Particles Inside a Quantum Computer
Live Science, March 2019

Synopsis: Interrupting Flow in a 2D Topological Insulator
Physics, January 2019

Focus: Black Hole as Particle Accelerator
Physics, December 2018

Bizarre Physics Phenomenon Suggests Objects Can Be Two Temperatures at Once
Live Science, September 2018

Dark Photons Probably Don’t Exist, and If They Did, They’d Be Super Weird
Live Science, April 2018

Is Dark Matter Made Up of Mini Black Holes from the Big Bang?
Live Science, April 2018

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