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Science journalism outlets

Quanta Magazine (online science magazine)

Strange Metal-like Bonds Discovered in Customized Crystals — Sep. 3, 2019 (Also published in Nautilus Magazine)

To Make Two Black Holes Collide, Try Three — Aug. 15, 2019 (Also published in Nautilus Magazine)

Sun’s Puzzling Plasma Recreated in a Laboratory — Jul. 29, 2019 (Also published in Nautilus Magazine)

Science magazine (online science news)

Gene-edited livestock could be a boon to farmers in developing countries — Feb. 27, 2019

Even for fish, it can be a drag to swim while pregnant — Feb. 5, 2019

Gene-swapping in human sperm and eggs can increase genetic mutations in children — Jan. 24, 2019

How hagfish launch slime missiles that swell 10,000 times in size — Jan. 15, 2019

Eos (online earth & space science news)

Watch Tiny Cracks Travel in 3-D — Dec. 26, 2018 (Also published in the Feb. 2019 issue of the print magazine Eos)

Live Science (online science news)

Faster-Than-Light Travel Could Explain Mysterious Signals Beaming Through the Cosmos — Oct. 15, 2019

Mongabay (online environmental science & conservation news)

As the mammal tree of life suffers hits, should we prioritize which species to save? — Dec. 6, 2018

Astronomy (print magazine)

Apollo in Pop Culture — series of stories in the Jul. 2019 special issue on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing (Also published online at Astronomy.com; Abbreviated version also published in Discover’s Jun. 2019 issue and online at DiscoverMagazine.com)

Discover (print magazine)

20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Algae — column in Jul./Aug. 2019 issue (Also published online at DiscoverMagazine.com)

Marketing the Moon: How PR Made the Apollo Landing a Cultural Moment — story in Jun. 2019 special issue on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing (Also published online at DiscoverMagazine.com; Abbreviated version of “Apollo in Pop Culture” package published in Astronomy Jul. 2019 issue.)

The State of Science: Policy — round-up of 2018 science policy news in Jan./Feb. 2019 issue

20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Lasers — column in Nov. 2018 issue (Also published online at DiscoverMagazine.com)

Baby, You’re a Star — extended caption in Nov. 2018 issue

DiscoverMagazine.com / Astronomy.com (online science news)

I have been contributing space news stories regularly Sep. – Oct. 2019. See some of my latest at DiscoverMagazine.com and Astronomy.com.

Evaporating Exomoon Could Explain Weird Light Patterns of Tabby’s Star — Sep. 18, 2019 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

The Event Horizon Telescope: How It Works — Apr. 10, 2019 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

Magnetic Fields May Be to Blame for Jupiter’s Skin-Deep Stripes — Aug. 14, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

From Vikings to Ivory Merchants: The Economy of Greenland’s Lost Colonies — Aug. 7, 2018

As Subway Commuters Mingle, Their Microbes Do Too — Jul. 31, 2018

Meteorite Crystals Older than Earth Reveal Early Sun Secrets —  Jul. 30, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

How We Discovered the Black Hole at the Center of Our Galaxy — Jul. 26, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

To Understand Fossils, These Paleontologists Are Making Faux-ssils — Jul. 25, 2018

Divide and Conquer: How Cell Splitting Lets Plants Thrive on Land — Jul. 19, 2018

Jupiter’s Got Twelve New Moons — One is a Bit of a Problem Child — Jul. 17, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

What Is A Blazar? It’s Like Staring Down the Barrel Of A Black Hole — Jul. 12, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com; also adapted for print in the Jan./Feb. 2019 issue)

Using Sunlight To Make Spaceship Fuel And Breathable Air — Jul. 10, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

Natural Antifreeze Keeps Beetles Unfrozen — Jul. 9, 2018

Go Web, Go! Spiders May Use Silk to Sail On Electric Fields — Jul. 5, 2018

First Fern Genome Shows Unique Bacterial Partnership — Jul. 2, 2018

This Device Makes You Invisible to Thermal Imaging — Jun. 27, 2018

These Moths Are the First Nocturnal Insect With A Magnetic Compass — Jun. 21, 2018

22,000-year-old Panda Skull Shows New Family Line — Jun. 18, 2018

Astronomers Catch Black Hole Devouring Star — Jun. 14, 2018 (Also published on Astronomy.com)

Local journalism outlets

Good Times (weekly newspaper)

Sharks, Tsunamis, the Mystery Spot: Answering Readers’ Top Santa Cruz Questions — Jan. 1, 2019 (A joint byline with my fellow UC Santa Cruz Science Communication classmates)

Santa Cruz Sentinel, The Mercury News, East Bay Times

Former Fed chair Janet Yellen to receive UCSC Foundation award — Jan. 1, 2019

Santa Cruz dump, a wildlife haven, is a treat for birdwatchers — Dec. 15, 2018 (Also published in The Mercury News and East Bay Times)

Scientists study how an offshore wind farm may impact California wildlife — Dec. 6, 2018

Under Santa Cruz Wharf, a robot watches for algal blooms — Nov. 30, 2018

Cowell Beach might be dropped from ‘Beach Bummer’ list next year — Nov. 4, 2018 (Also published in The Mercury News and East Bay Times)

Art illuminates science at a Santa Cruz festival Saturday — Oct. 18, 2018

Wildfire safety tree-clearing program off to a bumpy start — Oct. 14, 2018

Institutional Writing

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory — Communications

A day in the life of an accelerator designer (Symmetry magazine feature/scientist profile) — Jun. 18, 2019 (Also published on SLAC news site)

Engineering the world’s largest digital camera (Symmetry magazine feature) — Jun. 4, 2019

In brief: Probing battery hotspots for safer energy storage (news brief) — May 8, 2019

American Geophysical Union — GeoSpace (earth & space science blog)

Rings make Saturn shadier, bluer and less hazy in winter — Dec. 27, 2018

University of Wisconsin, Madison — Research Communications

UW alum Anne Kinney begins math and physics position at NSF (Q&A) — Jan. 25, 2018

Magnetic fields in distant galaxy are new piece of cosmic puzzle (press release) — Aug. 30, 2017

The Perseids are here: Why meteors matter (blog post) — Aug. 10, 2017

Multimedia

WORT 89.9 FM (community radio)

I wrote and edited scripts for an astronomy and space news show called Radio Astronomy along with several fellow astronomy grad students at UW–Madison. Below are the recordings for which I wrote scripts. 

First Observations Of The Earliest Stars — Mar. 6, 2018

Saturn’s Moon Titan Has A Sea Level — Feb. 6, 2018

Asteroid ʻOumuamua, Our Interstellar Visitor — Nov. 21, 2017

Dwarf Planet Haumea Has A Ring — Oct. 24, 2017

Cassini’s Grand Finale — Sep. 19, 2017