PBS Space Time: How Luminiferous Aether Led to Relativity

PBS Space Time: How Luminiferous Aether Led to Relativity

Undark: With the Proliferation of Biometric Scanning, Some Hidden Risks

Undark: With the Proliferation of Biometric Scanning, Some Hidden Risks

Image Credit: Getty

Mercury Online: Searching Hubble’s Archive for Hidden Gems

Mercury Online: Searching Hubble’s Archive for Hidden Gems

Image: Spiral galaxy NGC 1309 hosted a supernova in 2012. By searching through archival Hubble data from 2005-2006, astronomers found out the type of star that exploded: a remnant white dwarf. [NASA, ESA, The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and A. Riess (JHU/STScI)]

Freethink: Could VR Change How You Trip on Ketamine?

Freethink: Could VR Change How You Trip on Ketamine?

Motherboard: The Birder Who Wants Black Youth to See Themselves in STEM

Motherboard: The Birder Who Wants Black Youth to See Themselves in STEM

Image Credit: MICHELLE URRA

Gizmodo: Happy Birthday to Dorothy Garrod, One of the First Women Archaeologists

Gizmodo: Happy Birthday to Dorothy Garrod, One of the First Women Archaeologists

Dorothy Garrod, circa 1913 Image: Newnham College, Cambridge

Aerospace America: Putting our minds to space travel

Aerospace America: Putting our minds to space travel

Popular Mechanics: TK

Popular Mechanics: TK

Work Experience

Present

Innovation Writer @ Inverse

Freelance Science Writer

Summer 2018

Editorial Intern @ TechCrunch (June - September)

Editorial Intern @ BU Today (May - September)

Writing Fellow @ Boston University

2017

Writing Fellow @ Boston University (September '17 - May '20)

Marketing Coordinator @ EcoTarium (June - August)

Elementary Reading Curriculum Content Writer @ Smithsonian 

(March - December)

2016

Science Writing Intern @ Smithsonian Science Education Center (May - July)