• "Look Again: Revising Ideas About the Greening of Alaska's Arctic Tundra," Science Findings (monthly newsletter featuring research done by the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station), May 2017
        • "Should I Stay or Should I Go? Understanding the Shapeshifting Rainbow Trout/Steelhead," Science Findings (monthly newsletter featuring research done by the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station), September 2015
        • "Science with Heart," The Chronicle Magazine (published by Lewis & Clark) cover story, Fall 2015
        • "Steady On," HHMI Bulletin profile of cystic fibrosis researcher Michael J. Welsh, Fall 2015
        • "As Ancient Livestock Disappear, Frozen Embryos Restore Ancient Breeds," Live Science expert voices article (arranged by pal Josh Chamot), July 7, 2015
        • "The Grace and Grit of Jim Harrison," MSU Alumni Magazine feature, Summer 2015
        • "No Place Like Home: Using Seed Zones to Improve Restoration of Native Grasses in the West," Science Findings (monthly newsletter published by the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station), March 2015
          • "Baring Family Secrets for Science," AAAS Science Careers profile, July 2, 2013
          • "A Turn Toward the Classroom and Home," AAAS Science Careers profile, April 22, 2013
          • "Signal Master," Reed Magazine feature, March 2013
          • "Tamily Weissman-Unni and the Amazing Technicolor Brain," The Chronicle Magazine (published by Lewis & Clark) cover story, Winter 2013
          • "Intel Science and Technology Centers for Visual Computing," Intel Software Adrenaline Magazine feature (PDF, 3.41 MB), Fall 2012
          • "Breaking the chain," Reed Magazine cover story, March 2012
          • "Charging up the auto industry," Kavli Foundation Q&A, February 2012
          • "Getting Science to Those Who Need It," AAAS Science Careers profile, January 6, 2012
          • "Cosmic Antimatter Excess Confirmed," AAAS ScienceNOW news story, November 22, 2011
          • "One promising puzzle piece for confirming dark matter now seems unlikely," Kavli Foundation Q&A, Fall 2011
          • "A Juggling Act in Paradise," AAAS Science Careers profile, August 12, 2011
          • "Street of Greens," Portland Monthly Mudroom vignette, May 2011 (and a video too)
          • "A Zigzagging Path Points Straight to Success," AAAS Science Careers profile, March 4, 2011
          • "Smashing Atoms -- And Stereotypes," Reed Magazine alumna profile, March 2011
          • "Growing the Curriculum," Reed Magazine cover story, December 2010
          • "Weapons grade: A political scientist explains why WMD intelligence has been so poor," The University of Chicago Magazine: Arts & Letters news story, November-December 2010
          • "Earth's Random Walk Could Jolt Particle Accelerators," physicsworld.com news story, June 4, 2010
          • "Earth-Shaking Discovery from Accelerators," Physical Review Focus feature, June 4, 2010
          • Medical Physicists: CT Scans Safe," InsideScience.org news story, May 4, 2010
          • Argonne lab tackles exotic nuclei," PhysicsWorld.com news story, April 9, 2010
          • "Threaded Game Engine Helps Create New World In EA BioWare's Dragon Age: Origins," Intel.com Feature, Oct. 2009
          • "Composer crashes CG world, adds depth to digital images," Intel Visual Adrenaline magazine, Issue 5, 2009, pp 14-20, (PDF, 9.12 MB)
          • "Probing the heart of the atom," symmetry magazine feature, March 2009
          • "Advancing knowledge through world leading science," MSU Today, Spring 2009, pp 4-8, (PDF, 611 KB)
          • "MSU selected as site for $550 million Facility for Rare Isotope Beams," MSU press release, Dec. 11, 2008
          • "Cutting to the Core Issues About Blades," Systems Management News Special Report, Aug. 15, 2008
          • "Need a Web Hosting Provider? Try the 3 a.m. Test," CIO.com Feature, July 7, 2008
          • "Tapping Into Pools of Water Data," SD Times news story, Sept. 15, 2007
          • "Change Management Definition and Solutions," CIO.com tutorial, April 9, 2007
          • "Services to sexual assault victims lag, Michigan State University study finds," MSU press release, Sept. 13, 2006
          • "In China‚Äôs land reform efforts, rural reality lags official policy, says MSU expert," MSU press release, May 1, 2006
          • "Intel's Road to Multi-Core Chip Architecture, various locations on Intel.com (PDF, 358 KB), including in Technology@Intel magazine, (I can't remember exactly, but I think around July 2005)
          • "Njideka Ugwuegbu Harry: Training Modern-Day Griots in Rural Nigeria," profile for Reuters Foundation Digital Vision Program at Stanford University, Sept. 23, 2004
          • "'Clean' diesel engines dirtier than gas guzzlers," news story for New Scientist, Jan. 31, 2004
          • "R. Buckminster's Fuller's Legacy Here / Climatron Saved Garden; E. St. Louis Dome Was Dumb," St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sunday feature (PDF, 38 KB), Jan. 4, 2004
          • "Artificial intelligence pioneer ponders differences between computers and humans," Stanford Report news story, Oct. 29, 2003
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