What’s been going on?
While the posts here have been sparse, I’ve nonetheless been busy.
Our family has had a variety of big events and trips. In between, I’ve been tackling a variety of creative cooking adventures, home organizing projects, and sewing endeavors.
On the work front, I’ve had lots of interesting work projects, ranging from the intrigue of state politics and various economic issues to microbiology, neuroscience and environmental issues. I’ve also gotten to go on some extremely intriguing field trip experiences, including a tour of labs at the Cleveland Clinic, an old pig iron blast furnace plant, and a wonderful winter workshop that was put together by the great folks at the Institute for Journalism & Natural Resources.
Things should be getting back to normal now, though, so watch for some really fun columns coming up in the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, if you want to catch up on a few of my other projects over the last few months, check out the following:
“Ditching farm pollution—literally.” Science News for Students, April 17, 2015.
“Silencing genes—to understand them.” Science News for Students, March 27, 2015.
“3-D recycling: Grind, melt, print!” Science News for Students, March 24, 2015.
“Report finds fault with Ohio pipeline routes for fracked gas.” Midwest Energy News, June 2, 2015.
“Net metering going under the microscope in Ohio.” Midwest Energy News, May 18, 2015.
Thanks for your patience! Watch for more original content coming here soon.