Writing portfolio

Selected writing

Bring back the King: the new science of de-extinction by Helen Pilcher (Bloomsbury)
Book review for the May 2017 issue of Chemistry in Australia

Effective Onscreen Editing: new tools for an old profession (3rd edition)
Book review for Editors Victoria January 2017 newsletter

Keeping women in science by Kate White (MUP)
Book review for the September 2016 issue of Chemistry in Australia

How life works: the inside word from a biochemist by William Elliott and Daphne Elliott
Book review for the May 2016 issue of Chemistry in Australia

I wrote web content to help the Victorian Environmental Assessment Council make available an archive of their land-use investigations

I contributed to Monitoring Environmental Systems, the Environmental Science textbook for VCE Units 1 and 2, Environment Education Victoria, published December 2015

Junkyard Planet: travels in the billion-dollar trash trade by Adam Minter
Book review for Science Book a Day, October 2015

PerfectIt Pro Review (or, Why You Need a PC)
Review for Editors Victoria, August 2015

Yellow-rumped thornbill – for the Bimblebox 153 birds art project

At the edge of uncertainty: 11 discoveries taking science by surprise by Michael Brooks
Book review on Science Book a Day, October 2014

The Helix magazine
Issue 155, CSIRO, April-May 2013
Snippet: Jamming superbugs (article not online)

For Science in Public and its clients

Nature Publishing Index Asia-Pacific
Nature Publishing Group
2013: articles China, South Korea
2012: articles China
2011: articles OverviewChina, Singapore

Nature Publishing Index 2013 Asia-Pacific     Nature Publishing Index 2012 Asia-Pacific      Nature Publishing Index Asia-Pacific 2011

Stories of Australian Science
Science in Public (see editing portfolio page to download the booklets)

Stories of Australian Science 2014 articles:
Land clearing harms Reef water quality
No place like home as reef critters face extinction

Stories of Australian Science 2011 articles:
Helping eyes to help themselves
Mapping the seafloor from space
OPAL reactor fingerprints Aboriginal ochre
Slide back in time and see the Himalayas form

 Ecos magazine
Issue 146, CSIRO, 2008
Article: Climate change raises the disease threat

Scarlet robin, Port Arthur, Tasmania
Scarlet robin, Port Arthur, Tasmania
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