- VariousFreelance Writer, 2009 - present
- Brookhaven National LaboratoryGRIP Science Writing Intern, 2011 - 2011
- Technology ReviewEditoral Intern, 2011 - 2011
- Nature's ClassroomOutdoor Educator, 2010 - 2010
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- Oceans at MITWriter, Editor, Content Manager, 2012 - 2012
- Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyScience Writing (SM), 2010 - 2011
- University of VermontZoology (BA), 2005 - 2009
The mental illness taboo is a problem for all of us - opinion - 20 June ...
As celebrities become more open about their mental health problems, stigma still ensures most people conceal such illnesses, say two researc
Genetics versus new bird flu: The race is onGenetic Literacy Project | G...
Scientists and researchers around the world are turning to new genetic techniques to race the outbreak of the new H5N7 bird flu in China. Th
The Humble THQ Bundle: Pay what you want for nine mind-blowing games and...
Pay what you want starting at $1 for Company of Heroes and its two expansions, Darksiders, Metro 2033, Red Faction: Armageddon and its Path
GMO opponents rail against the “Monsanto Protection Act”Genetic Literacy...
A new resolution would seem to place the commercial concerns of Monsanto, the world’s largest producer of GM crops and seeds, above the auth
Questions: Revisiting The Void Beyond, genuine missables, infusing/tamin...
For Final Fantasy XIII-2 on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Questions: Revisiting The Void Beyond, genuine missabl
De-extinction: Looking past the aweGenetic Literacy Project | Genetic Li...
De-extinction -- the revival of extinct species through biotechnology -- is an intoxicating idea. Who doesn't want the chance to get up clos
Complex behaviors reveal remarkably simple genetics
A mouse's intricate architectural tastes are the product of "modular" genetics.
Genetic testing service deCODEme shutting down in wake of Amgen/deCODE d...
After the $415 million sale of deCODE Genetics to Amgen, deCODE's deCODEme direct-to-consumer genomic screening service will be shut down.
Organic versus inorganic: an important distinction, but not for obvious ...
Lee Silver, Professor of Molecular Biology and public policy at Princeton University, offers a concise and highly critical look at the scien
Trillions of Insects Killed by Cars Every Year, Says Study
Photo: peter pearson / cc Last May, Dutch biologist Arnold van Vliet embarked on a bold and buggy mission to count how many insects are kill