My latest science writing at Forbes online
In 2017 I became a science contributor at Forbes online, and it’s been extremely interesting and a lot of fun to cover nanotechnology and biology for them.
You can find my full list of stories here at Forbes Science.
Here are some of my favorite posts so far:
A new biological discovery in the gutters of Paris adds to the rise of urban ecology
An ancient warning signal in blood has a curious effect on your senses
Some curious facts about reindeer, including what the reindeer genome now tells us, why reindeer eyes change color during winter and why Rudolph might be considered a biosecurity problem
The unique properties cartilage are extremely hard to mimic, but these extremely strong nanofibers might just do the trick
A particle accelerator facility famous for its endeavors in fundamental physics is now helping medical researchers
A tenacious fungus is threatening the global coffee supply. Can genetics save our morning cup?
Something very interesting happens when you put a nanoscale layer of Teflon on shrink wrap then heat it, and it could be very good news for marine life and global fuel consumption.
Researchers have developed an algorithm that distinguishes mosquito species by sound, allowing anyone with a phone to help monitor the global mosquito population