Below you can find a sampling of things I’ve written, edited, or projects I’ve managed. This does not include my regular day-to-day editing job at Massive Science. All good articles on Massive are because of my strong, visionary editing. If you find a mistake in an article I wrote, the only explanation for that is that it’s someone else’s fault.
You Are What You Meat (managing editor for Massive Science on long-form, multi-article publication covering the history, science, and impact of cellular agriculture aka lab-grown meat)
Navigating the Challenges of Cell-Based Immunotherapies (interview article for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News on barriers preventing cell-based medicine like CAR-T from becoming widespread)
Does Lactic Acid Really Cause Muscle Pain? (script for Youtube science show Scishow about a common biochemistry myth)
Befriending Hyperobjects (edited and contributed text for a grant supporting this art project, as well as edited text for the project’s app)
A Short Sequence of Fish DNA Could Change Our Understanding of Virus Reproduction (a Massive Science story I wrote on research I found interesting but is rarely the kind of thing I see covered; contains several turns of phrase I like)
Carl Zimmer explores the mysteries and contradictions of genetics (wrote a review on a new book about genetics and inheritance)