I am a reporter covering science, technology, and health.
Most recently, I watched these topics as a staff reporter at The Boston Globe's business desk and tech blog, BetaBoston. Previously, I was a daily science/tech reporter at NBCNews.com and before that, at Fast Company. My work has appeared online and in print at New Scientist, Scientific American, Nature News, MIT Technology Review, Spectrum News, and elsewhere. This is what my typical day looks like.
The Boston Globe
David Whitlock’s AO+ Mist has found a small but earnest following among young urban professionals who are experimenting with nontraditional approaches to staying healthy and clean.
For 34 years, Dassault has developed 3-D software for engineers who build cars, airplane parts, and buildings. Moving into organs is their next step.
A paper test for liver damage (MIT Technology Review)