Writing + Audio

The Washington Post (recent clips)

Grain-free, exotic dog food linked to heart disease

Eye twitches are usually harmless, but here’s what you can do about them

Hundreds of animals are dying in red tide. These people are trying to save them

Children who lived with smokers are more likely to die of lung disease as adults, study says

Florida declares a state of emergency as red tide kills animals and disrupts tourism

Most people who think they have a penicillin allergy are wrong. That’s dangerous

Online dating study quantifies what’s ‘out of your league’

A red tide ravaging Florida may have killed a whale shark for the first known time

An ancient lake holds secrets to the Mayan civilization’s mysterious collapse, study finds

Fourth of July celebrations more meaningful, worrisome for some Americans

Thousands of scientists object to Trump’s border wall

Rare asteroid duo dances in the stars

Alcohol-related liver deaths have increased sharply

These American salamanders are tougher than climate change — for now

Monarch butterflies’ migration is part relay race, part obstacle course — and full of danger

Corals are not dead (yet)

Corals have the ability to survive death. But their emergency toolkits are being tested.

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Invisibilia and the satellite

A love song for a podcast.

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Research Highlight: A story of survival

Scripps News. Market squid embryo experiment suggests invertebrate has a hardiness that will come in handy in future ocean conditions.

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For the love of the game

A short blog about loving science, exploring failure and daring to ask big scientific questions.

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Everything you know about daddylongs is wrong

A short piece to expand your understanding of your backyard neighbors. Thanks to Hillary Rosner and Michael Kodas for their awesome instruction.

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La Selva Family Robinson

What is it like to live in a jungle with a toddler? An audio piece about life as a father and field biologist. Created with Katie Friedman. Thanks to Molly Webster and Pat Walters for their awesome instruction.

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