Nanotechnology & micro-machines
* “A Faster Way to Rearrange Atoms Could Lead to Powerful Quantum Sensors”: The technique is also more accurate than the traditional method of poking atoms with the tip of a scanning electron microscope. For IEEE Spectrum on June 3, 2019.
* “Qubits and Nanosensors in a 2D Material”: New research pins quantum technological hopes on a graphenelike semiconducting material, for IEEE Spectrum on Feb. 20, 2019.
* "Smart Dust Computers are No Bigger Than a Snowflake: Thousands of tiny computers that scavenge power from their surroundings could one day be used to monitor your world," a story for New Scientist magazine on April 26, 2013
* "Optical Lasers in a $100 Cable. Really: As homes go high-definition, copper will give way to active optical cables," a story for IEEE Spectrum online on Dec. 31, 2009
* "Buckyballs To Boost Flash Memory: Lower Power and Faster Writing from a Dash of C-60," a story for the June 2008 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine
* "The Code of Life as a Paint Set": Printing DNA molecules with a 50 nm resolution using an atomic-force microscope, a story for Wired.com on June 7, 2002
* "New Experiment Probes Weird Zone Between Quantum and Classical": A micro-machined device in silicon offers to test the boundaries of quantum physics. A story for Wired.com on April 11, 2007
* "Nanotech Fine-Tuning": Developing carbon nanotubes for molecular scale electronics. A story for Wired.com on January 4, 2002
* "New Code Tracks Genes, Not Jeans": Using DNA as a nanoscale bar code system at the molecular and cellular level. A story for Wired.com on Oct. 5, 2001
* "Honey, I Shrunk the PC": Using quantum mechanics to turn molecules into working transistors. A story for Wired.com on June 9, 2001