Andreessen Horowitz:

From Thermostats to Driverless Cars, Finding Structure in an Unstructured World (A16Z, March 2014)

From Hendrix to Hyperlinks, Tracing Computing’s Family Tree (A16Z, March 2014)

Miller-McCune:

Battling Tuberculosis in Its First World Bastions (Miller-McCune, July 2011)

Scientific American:

Can We Be Trained to Like Healthy Foods? (Scientific American, July 2011)

Scientific American MIND:

MIND Reviews: Moral Tribes (Scientific American MIND, March 2014)

MIND Reviews: Falling into the Fire (Scientific American MIND, October 2013)

MIND Reviews: Haldol and Hyacinths (Scientific American MIND, August 2013)

MIND Reviews: Confessions of a Sociopath (Scientific American MIND, June 2013)

MIND Reviews: Drunk Tank Pink (Scientific American MIND, April/May 2013)

MIND Reviews: In Doubt (Scientific American MIND, November/December 2012)

MIND Reviews: Fooling Houdini (Scientific American MIND, September/October 2012)

MIND Reviews: The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking (Scientific American MIND, July/August 2012)

MIND Reviews: Connectome (Scientific American MIND, May/June 2012)

MIND Reviews: The Righteous Mind (Scientific American MIND, March/April 2012)

MIND Reviews: Wired for Culture (Scientific American MIND, January/February 2012)

MIND Reviews: Brandwashed: Tricks Companies Use to Manipulate Our Minds and Persuade Us to Buy (Scientific American MIND, November/December 2011)

MIND Reviews: Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Learn (Scientific American MIND, September/October 2011)

MIND Reviews: The Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain (Scientific American MIND, September/October 2011)

How Dads Develop (Scientific American MIND, July/August 2011, part of cover story on the parent brain)

Strain on the Brain (Scientific American MIND, July/August 2011)

MIND Reviews: The Compass of Pleasure (Scientific American MIND, July/August 2011)

Neurostress: How Stress May Fuel Neurodegenerative Diseases (Scientific American, Mind Matters, January 2011)

Brains of Our Fathers: Does Parenting Rewire Dads? (Scientific American, Mind Matters, August 2010)

Slate:

Can Your Phone Help You Do IVF? (Slate XXFactor Blog, January 2011)

Tummy Time: Why babies need more of it than they’re getting (Slate, December 2010)

The Scientist:

Amazing Rats (The Scientist’s blog, Naturally Selected, March 2010)

Wired Magazine:

Product Round-up: Self Helpers (Wired Magazine, July 2010)

Heighten Your Senses With ‘Call of Duty’ (Wired Magazizne, October 2012)

Cheat With Science and Putt Like a Pro  (Wired Magazine, June 2012)

Wired.com:

New Social Turf Lets Fans Talk Sports and Bash Rivals (Wired.com Playbook, January 2013)

Preparing the Brain for a Stroke Before It Occurs (Wired.com Wired Science, December 2012)

Basketball Isn’t a Sport. It’s a Statistical Network (Wired.com Playbook, December 2012)

College Football Fans Go Social for Sports News (Wired.com Playbook, September 2012)

How Wikipedia Won Olympic Gold (Wired.com Playbook, August 2012)

The Olympics Just Doesn’t Get Social Media (Wired.com Playbook, July 2012)

Have Your Genome Made Into a Piece of Art (Wired.com Wired Science, June 2012)

Disease-Fighting Secrets of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes (Wired.com Wired Science, February 2012)

Larger Brains May Have Evolved Due to Sports, Not Smarts (Wired.com Playbook, July 2011)

Why You (Probably) Can’t Exercise Too Much (Wired.com Playbook, June 2011)

Besides Noise, Vuvuzelas May Spread Airborne Germs (Wired.com Playbook, May 2011)

World Cup Medics Avoid Basic Blood-Safety Guidelines (Wired.com Playbook, April 2011)

The Science Behind College-Football Helmet Stickers (Wired.com Playbook, April 2011)

Blame Coach for Your Team’s Poor Play? Not So Fast (Wired.com Playbook, April 2011)

Elite Athletes’ Brains Bigger in Some Areas (Wired.com Playbook, March 2011)

How Doctors Can Monitor Fitness From Afar (Wired.com Playbook, March 2011)

Wastewater Could Hold Key to Catching Future Olympic Cheats (Wired.com Playbook, February 2011)

Suspicion Lifts Over Olympic Champion’s Use of Asthma Inhaler (Wired.com Playbook, December 2010)

Cadaver Legs Give New Insights Into Athletes’ Ligament Tears (Wired.com Playbook, November 2010)

Surfer’s Sudden Death Shines Spotlight on Dengue Fever (Wired.com, Playbook, November 2010)

Next-Gen Sports Drinks Come Under Scientific Scrutiny (Wired.com, Playbook, November 2010)

Neurologists Call for Strict Sports-Concussion Guidelines (Wired.com, Playbook, November 2010)

Titanium Baseball Neckwear Big on Hype, Short on Science (Wired.com, Playbook, November 2010)

A Curveball’s Curve? It’s All in Your Head (Wired.com, Playbook, October 2010)

Study Finds Athletes Fast Approaching Peak Performance (Wired.com, Playbook, September 2010)

For Fighters, Success May Come Down to Smell (Wired.com, Playbook, September 2010)

Stress Hormones Could Predict Boxing Dominance (Wired.com, Playbook, August 2010)