Providing a clear perspective on developing science and technology responsibly
Talk to the Hand: Risk Bites, six months on
Carbon nanotubes as a potent cancer promoter – new data from NIOSH
Top 10 Most Promising Technology Trends 2013, from the World Economic Forum
OnLine Electric Vehicles (OLEV)
3-D printing and remote manufacturing
Energy-efficient water purification
Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) conversion and use
Enhanced nutrition to drive health at the molecular level
Precise drug delivery through nanoscale engineering
Organic electronics and photovoltaics
Fourth-generation reactors and nuclear waste recycling
At the frontiers of the science of health risk – five areas to watch
CLOUD HEALTH, or C-HEALTH
On the benefits of wearing a hat while dancing naked, and other insights into the science of risk
COP18 Doha, Qatar: A positive view point from low on the totem pole
Open access academics: Experiments with YouTube, the Science of Risk, and Professional Amateurism
Why should I wash my hands if I only pee?
Jumping the gap between a US and UK high school education
“We took a rat apart and rebuilt it as a jellyfish”
Social Media and the art of Academic Juggling
YouTube does the the Higgs Boson – Science communication on the quick!
VidCon 2012: Online learning is where online music was five years ago
VidCon 2012: Community-grown science communicators smoking’ it!
VidCon and YouTube Science
Top ten reasons professors become chairs!
Fool for a year!
Communicating about communicating science at the National Academies
Think Design – an alternative take on nanotech (in 11 minutes!)
Carbon nanoparticles could be ubiquitous to many foods