Writing Clips

Selected pieces:

First ‘Handed’ Molecule Discovered in Interstellar space – News story for Mentalfloss.com

Silicon 2.0 promises superpower chips and solar cells (Subscription required) – Feature print story for New Scientist

Trump wants to kill the popular Energy Star program that has saved consumers $362 Billions – News story for VICE News

Nozomi Ando: Breaking Free with a Love of Chemistry – Profile feature story for Princeton University News

A Faster Track to the Tools that Track Disease – News research highlight for the Department of Chemistry at Princeton

More links by year:

2017

(3/23) VICE News – Trump wants to kill the popular Energy Star program that has saved consumers $362 Billions

(3/22) Scientific American – New window screens filter pollution from air

(2/28) Princeton University Homepage – Lead dressed like gold: Laser-altered molecules cast alchemy in a different light

(2/8) Princeton University Homepage – Wave of the future: Terahertz chip could offer a new way of seeing through matter

(1/19) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Theorists propose new class of topological metals with exotic electronic properties

2016

(12/16) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Ultrafast lasers reveal light-harvesting secrets of photosynthetic algae

(11/28) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Model could shatter a mystery of glass

(11/10) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Sudoku strategy democratizes powerful tool for genetics research 

(8/11) Princeton University Homepage – Professor explores new territory by bridging chemistry, biology

(7/22) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – FRIC: Supporting women in STEM through safe spaces, networking and empowerment

(6/14) Mentalfloss.com – First ‘Handed’ Molecule Discovered in Interstellar space

(5/25) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Scientists capture elusive structure of essential digestive enzyme

(5/16) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Theorists smooth the way to solving one of quantum mechanics oldest problems

(2/26) mentalfloss.com – How do transition lenses work?

(1/13) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – ‘Radiolabeling’ lets scientists track the breakdown of drugs

2015

(11/19) New Scientist Feature – Silicon 2.0 promises superpower chips and solar cells (Subscription required)

(10/21) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Scientists predict cool new phase of superionic ice 

(8/10) Princeton University Homepage – [Profile] Nozomi Ando: Breaking Free with a Love of Chemistry

(7/28) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – New Chemistry Makes Strong Bonds Weak

(4/22) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Decoding the Cell’s Genetic Filing System

(3/3) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – [Article+Video] Pennies Reveal New Insights on the Nature of Randomness

(1/27) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – [Profile] Exploring the Infinite

2014

(12/18) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Computational Clues into the Structure of a Promising Energy Conversion Catalyst

(11/20) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Quantum Mechanical Calculations Reveal the Hidden States of Enzyme Active Sites

(10/16) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Modeling Tumor Dormancy: What Makes a Tumor Switch from Dormant to Malignant

(10/9) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Unstoppable Magnetoresistance

(9/30) The Open Notebook – [Q&A] Erica Klarreich Profiles an Award-Winning Mathematician

(9/25) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Longstanding Bottleneck in Crystal Structure Prediction Solved

(9/9) The Open Notebook – Four Editors Give Tips on Writing Headlines. You Won’t Believe What Happens Next

(8/12) The Open Notebook – Smooth Scriptwriting

(7/15) The Open Notebook – Tackling the Physical Sciences

(6/24) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – A Collaboration of Minds and Metals

(6/24) The Open Notebook – The First Critic is You: Editing Your Own Work

(5/21) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – A Faster Track to the Tools that Track Disease

(5/15) Department of Chemistry, Princeton University – Unlocking the Potential of Bacterial Gene Clusters to Discover Novel Antibiotics

(4/23) Nature Chemistry Blogroll  – Inviting Ire and Iron

(1/6) Endeavors, a UNC-CH research magazine – Weighing the Evidence

2013

(10/15) Chemical and Engineering’s Grand CENtral Science – Perception is Power: How the Supplement Industry Bought Deregulation

(9/30) Scitable Student Voices, a Nature Education blog – Mapping the Biological Pathways of Parkinson’s Disease

(7/2) RSC Catalysis Science & Technology blog – Separation Issues? Not for the Heterogeneous Catalyst 

(4/29) Must Love Science blog, reblogged on Skepchick – An Analytical Approach to Unconscious Gender Bias

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