Poet, writer, editor, copyeditor and science writer with a broad scope of subject matter from microbes to multiverses and an even broader imagination.
Talking about Roe in the Workplace
The Supreme Court decision to reverse Roe v. Wade has made a polarizing subject even more polarizing. People are going to be talking about it in the workplace, so leadership should recognize this, address it with their employees, and create a workplace environment where this issue can be talked about privately and safely.
Crisis Communications Commentary: The 5-T Approach
A poorly handled crisis can bring down both individuals and businesses. Just ask BP about its oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Or Phillips Morris, which said smoking-related deaths saved the government money on health care and pensions.
Certain books can increase infant learning during shared reading, study shows
Parents and pediatricians know that reading to infants is a good thing, but new research shows reading books that clearly name and label people and objects is even better.
Research Feature: The Forgotten War
Historian Amy Greenberg says the U.S.–Mexican War set the stage for American imperialism, although few in this country know about it.
David Baskin Founded a Nonprofit to Benefit Israel's Poor
A soldier turns his talents toward philanthropy.
60 percent of bird species came from Australia
Researchers have traced all of the world's perching birds back to the land Down Under.
The Curious Origin of Space Rocks Large and Small
UF astronomer discovers the previously unknown origin of some asteroids.
Telling America’s Stories
Jack Davis, author of The Gulf — The Making of an American Sea, tells a remarkable story about the Gulf of Mexico.
'Your brain on drugs': Fishhooks of addiction
Researcher Kyung-An Han explores the molecular basis of drug and alcohol cravings. Photo by Roberto Carlos Roman on Unsplash.
Star crash likely gave Earth some gold and platinum
Astrophysicists have identified a violent collision of two neutron stars 4.6 billion years ago as the likely source of some of the most coveted matter on Earth, including gold, platinum, and uranium.
Okonjo the Troublemaker
Nigerian Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala wasn't afraid to clean house.
New UF study explains how to prevent dengue risk in the Galapagos
Researchers learn that water storage contributes to risk among island residents.