Selected Media Coverage, Interviews, & Highlights
Many of our research articles and essays have been covered by major journals and magazines and have generated significant online discussion in the science social media. Listed below are some examples, but see my ImpactStory profile for more details.
- Freethought blog. 8 Jan 2018.
- Nature. 27 Sep 2017.
- The Globe and Mail. 13 May 2017.
- Western Mind. 31 Oct 2016.
- RNA-Seq Blog. ChloroSeq. 30 Sep 2016.
- F1000 Prime Article Recommendation. 4 July 2016.
- Press coverage of Gonium genome paper:
- F1000 Prime Article Recommendation. 16 Mar 2016.
- RNA-Seq Blog. Sequencing Mitochondrial Transcriptomes with RNA-Seq. 16 Feb 2016.
- University Affairs Magazine. Survival manual for new faculty. 9 Sep 2015.
- Motherboard. Startup says AI can predict the effects of gene editing. 23 July 2015.
- John Hawks. What sequences deserve a peer-reviewed publication? 7 Jul 2015.
- GenomeWeb. Just another mitochondrial genome paper. 29 Jun 2015.
- East Asian-Australian Flyway Partnership. Dangerous levels of mercury uncovered. 15 Jun 2015.
- University of Western Ontario. A marathoner’s guide to genetics. 24 Jun 2015.
- Science. Modern symbionts inside cells mimic organelle evolution. 31 Oct 2014.
- Nature Reviews Genetics. Plastid genomes – lost in translation? 25 Mar 2014.
- California Academy of Sciences. Missing DNA. 5 Mar 2014.
- Sandwalk. Death of the genome paper. 3 Mar 2014.
- The Scientist. Plants without plastid genomes. 28 Feb 2014.
- Science. When is a plant no longer a plant? 27 Feb 2014.
- John Hawks. How next-gen sequencing changes the work of a small biology lab. 22 Jun 2014.
- Smithsonian.com. Why do we keep naming new species after characters in pop culture? 5 Nov 2013.
- Genome Biol Evol. Plastids, genomes, and the probability of gene transfer. 3 Feb 2011.
RECORDED LECTURES :
- National Autonomous University of Mexico: “When the lights go out: a genetic mystery story from non-photosynthetic algae,” 29 Jun 2015.
- National Academy of Sciences Sackler Colloquium: “Symbioses becoming permeant: the origins and evolutionary trajectories of organelles,” 16 Oct 2014.
- Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics: “Cooperation and major evolutionary transitions,” 4 Feb 2014.