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*Scientific American*

8-13-2020

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2021, American Mathematical Society “Math in the Media” (writer and editor)

- Math Digests December 2021
- Math Digests November 2021
- Math Digests October 2021
- Math Digests September 2021
- Math Digests August 2021
- Math Digests July 2021
- Math Digests June 2021
- Math Digests May 2021
- Math Digests April 2021

2021, American Mathematical Society website and blog

- An arXiv for lecture notes
- Pinpointing How Genes Interact (Mathematical Moments #159)
- One teen’s journey from local math club to professional publication
- A conversation with the editors of ‘Testimonios: Stories of Latinx and Hispanic Mathematicians’
- From baking bread to using mathematics for social justice
- Securing Data in the Quantum Era (Mathematical Moments #158, English and Spanish)
- Epsilon summer programs cultivate students’ joy, confidence in mathematics
- BIG Career Center provides connections to avenues outside academia
- New collaborations blossom at summer Mathematics Research Communities
- Taking the “Temperature” of Languages (Mathematical Moments #157, English and Spanish)
- Senator Reed visits AMS print shop
- Grad students reimagine integration bee as two-week “digital bee”
- Early-career researchers gear up for virtual Mathematics Research Communities
- MathSciNet catalyzes math research in Uzbekistan
- Authors of textbooks for undergrads describe publishing process, share tips
- Seven paths in mathematics
- Creating a digital library for math outreach
- A 19th-century math discussion board
- The math of blue whales’ migration patterns
- The National Science Foundation and the mathematical sciences
- Did Bartók use Fibonacci numbers in his music?
- Modeling of viral zoonotic infectious diseases from wildlife to humans
- Encouraging women in mathematics through an interdisciplinary course
- Social distancing in Catan and on the chessboard
- Treating diseases by steering evolution with ideas from physics
- Math outreach in Panama during the pandemic

2021-2022, *Notices of the American Mathematical Society*

- Epsilon Summer Programs Cultivate Students’ Joy and Confidence in Mathematics (PDF) – Jan 2022 issue
- An Interview with Tyler Kloefkorn (PDF) – Nov 2021 issue
- AMS Congressional Fellow AJ Stewart: From Baking Bread to Using Mathematics for Social Justice (PDF) – Oct 2021 issue
- Seven Paths in Mathematics (PDF) – June/July 2021 issue
- Putting the People in Science: Beginning My Career as a Science Communicator (PDF) – Jan 2021 issue

2020-2021, *Symmetry*

- Which neutrino is the heaviest?
- The status of supersymmetry
- High school teachers, meet particle physics
- Physics at tiniest scale could explain ‘impossible’ black holes
- #BlackInPhysics week to build community, increase visibility
- Defining the next decade of US particle physics

2020-2021, Fermilab news

- Dark Energy Survey releases most precise look at the universe’s evolution
- First results from Fermilab’s Muon g-2 experiment strengthen evidence of new physics
- Coffea speeds up particle physics data analysis
- Next-generation particle beam cooling experiment under way at Fermilab accelerator
- One minute with Kate Sienkiewicz, LBNF Near Site Conventional Facilities project manager
- Ultrapure copper for an ultrasensitive dark matter detector
- Pinning down the ampere with a supersensitive particle detector
- If Betelgeuse goes boom: How DUNE would respond to a nearby supernova (also appears on the University of Chicago news site)
- One minute with Bryan Ramson, neutrino physicist

2020-2021, *Scientific American*

- Tiny Robots Could Clean Up Microplastic Pollution (Sept 2021 issue)
- Social Media Restrictions Cannot Keep Up with Hidden Codes and Symbols
- In Case You Missed It (Nov 2020 issue)
- Humans Are All More Closely Related Than We Commonly Think
- The Surprising Origins of Chemotherapy and Other New Science Books (Oct 2020 issue)
- In Case You Missed It (Oct 2020 issue)
- Rapid Heat-Stress Test Identifies Resilient Corals (Oct 2020 issue)
- The Sanctuary of Trees, How to Argue with a Racist and Other New Books (Sept 2020 issue)
- In Case You Missed It (Sept 2020 issue)
- Algorithm Aids Search for Those Lost at Sea (Sept 2020 issue)
- New Pen-and-Ink Method Draws Health Sensors Directly on Skin (Nov 2020 issue)
- Light Pollution from Coastal Cities Reaches Seafloor
- The 1918 Flu Faded in Our Collective Memory: We Might ‘Forget’ the Coronavirus, Too (feature, Nov 2020 issue)
- Claims of ‘Ocean’ inside Ceres May Not Hold Water
- How Do Scientists Determine the Ages of Human Ancestors, Fossilized Dinosaurs and Other Organisms?
- How to Evaluate COVID-19 News without Freaking Out
- One Mystery of Stonehenge’s Origins Has Finally Been Solved
- For Sustainable Oyster Harvesting, Look to Native Americans’ Historical Practices
- Comet NEOWISE Could Be Spectacular: Here’s How to See It
- Stingers Have Achieved Optimal Pointiness, Physicists Show
- Astronomers May Have Glimpsed Light from Merging Black Holes
- How Long Do Neutrons Live? Space Probe Could Put Debate to Rest
- Thousands of Tons of Microplastics Are Falling from the Sky

2019-2020, *The Ampersand* – Washington University in St. Louis

- With on-campus lab work halted, researchers forge ahead
- Seeking solace in nature while under quarantine
- Theoretical physics and the ‘grey areas’ of biology
- Arts & Sciences students, alumni among finalists for Skandalaris award
- ‘Wide-reaching and diverse’: Math student Noah Kontur details his work at NASA
- A day in the lab
- Student delegates gear up for Madrid climate conference
- Making campus safe for feathered friends

2019, *The Source *– Washington University in St. Louis