“Specialized Cells or Multicellular Multitaskers? New Study Reshapes Early Economics and Ecology Behind Evolutionary Division of Labor” Published on GT College of Sciences website, September 24, 2020. Written by Renay San Miguel. Link
“The More Complex, the Easier to Assemble” Published on GT College of Sciences website, February 5, 2019. Written by A. Maureen Rouhi. Link
“Coffee Leads to Collaboration” Published on Georgia Tech’s News Center website, August 8, 2018. Written by Victor Rogers. Link
“When Physics Gives Evolution a Leg Up by Breaking One” Published in GT Research Horizons website, November 27, 2017. Written by Ben Brumfeld. Link
“Scientists use physics equations that describe molecular interactions to predict bacterial battles; find correlation in genomes between weaponry and resource sharing” Published in GT Research Horizons
website, February 6, 2017. Written by Ben Brumfeld. Link
Coffee Stains Test Universal Equation, Physical Review (Physics Focus).
“The universal laws behind growth patterns, or what Tetris can teach us about coffee stains” By Aatish Bhatia, Empirical Zeal.
“Beautiful art from used glasses of Scotch (Plus some nifty fluid mechanics)” By Maggie Koerth-Baker, Boing Boing.
“Fluid mechanics: When shape matters” By Jan Vermant, Nature (News & Views).
“Scientists Crack the Physics of Coffee Rings” By Joe Palca, National Public Radio (All Things Considered).
“Why do coffee rings form? Because the grounds are round.” By Veronique Greenwood, Discover Magazine (80beats).
“Kicking The Coffee-Ring Habit, Fluid Mechanics: Shift in particle shape suppresses vexing effect” By Bethany Halford, Chemical & Engineering News.
“Physicists develop new insight into how disordered solids deform,” Nanowerk News
“Taking a Closer Look at Glass” By Priya Ratneshwar, UPENN SAS Frontiers, October 2009
“Watching glass age in slow motion” By Jenny Leonard, Futurity, September 2009
“Condensed-matter physics: The eternal triangle,” Nature News and Views (Mark Harris, author).