A handful of things I've written that can be easily accessed online. . .
Faster Optical Switching
Virtual particles called excitons could speed data through telecom networks.
More Than Just a Pretty Bow
The physics of curly ribbon.
A Year of Big Advances?
New data may help explain some mysteries, such as habitability of other planets.
All That Glitters -- Cleans
Gold is the latest weapon against toxic waste.
NIST Tech Beat
How it Works: The World's Most Powerful Telescope The ins and outs of Arizona's Large Binocular Telescope.
How it Works: Open Ocean Lab FLIP Vessel Decades at sea, and still going strong, this ocean vessel flips from horizontal to vertical to create a very stable water platform.
The Physics of Swimming. How dolphins swim so darn fast.
Nature Jobs: Fighting Back Emerging from scandal and reorganization, Los Alamos National Laboratory hopes to retain talent and remain at the cutting edge.
Neutron Science: Back on Track? An update on the Spallation Neutron Source's effect on Oak Ridge National Labs
Condensed Matter Physics: Some Like it Cold, an article on the tenth anniversary of the first Bose Einstein Condensate.
Science and Spirit
The Jew and The Genius. How Einstein's relationship to religion affected his science.
The Subtle Art of the Suburban Page-Turner. A portrait of best-selling mystery author Harlan Coben.
Beam Me Up Scotty: A Science Facility Like No Other. How the Spallation Neutron Source will affect the chemical industry.
It's Easy Being Green. (Scroll down to Page 18) The chemical industry is stepping up to the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge
Absolute Zero: The Conquest of Cold
I authored the award winning website on the history of the transistor.
Most of the things I have written for Science are only accessible online if you have a subscription, however you can read about the life of science professors at smaller schools: Scientists Enjoy Life in the Not-So-Fast Lanes.
Physical Review Focus
Static on the Brain
Static -- whether it's noise or light -- can amplify all your perceptions.
Getting MRI in Shape
New analysis techniques may allow MRI scans to provide information down to scales hundreds of times smaller than is currently possible.
The Electric Plastics Show
The notion of plastics that conduct electricity - let alone emit light - still comes as a surprise. But industry has been quick to spot their potential and is forcing the pace of development says
Discovery Channel Online:
Columns I wrote as the Dating Diva
Science Report Radio