Writing about research for public consumption—and getting it right—involves a continual balancing act between accuracy and clarity. Accuracy versus clarity is at the heart
I learned just a few minutes ago that the official name for Rogers 100 is ISC 1127. Not that I ever expect to hear
Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana. But what fruit flies really like is champagne. That’s right—champagne.
You may not have to be a chemist to solve this puzzle, but if would help if you have logged some serious lab time.
To you, it may be a humble pontoon boat, but to the scientists involved, it’s a research vessel and deserving of a worthy scientific
In the beginning, there is the artifact. Interpretation of what historians refer to as “material culture” enables someone to draw inferences about the everyday
It must be book season. In today’s mail, I received a copy of Susan Kern’s new book, The Jeffersons at Shadwell. I’ve already written
The calendar and thermometer both say “no, no” but the presence of students on campus is a sure sign that summer is over. Regina
I was walking down Jamestown Road on the Monday of Spring Break when a car swerved my way and came to a stop. Usually