“AI Chemist Finds the Best Recipe and Stirs Up Molecules From Scratch”: A new automated lab bench combs through known chemical reactions to figure out how best to synthesize compounds, for IEEE Spectrum on Aug. 22, 2019
“Startup Aims to 3D Print Cheaper, Lighter Rockets”: Relativity Space has signed a lease with NASA and plans to test its first 3D-printed rocket in a flight next year. An article for IEEE Spectrum on June 12, 2019
"Black Hat 2014: Hacking the Smart Car," an article for IEEE Spectrum on Aug. 6, 2014
Smart Bullets: The "Mini-me" of smart bomb technology is ready to leave the lab.
"How Does a Terminator Know When Not to Terminate?" -- In the skies above Afghanistan and along the roadsides of Iraq, unmanned military machines are changing the nature of combat. These robots might one day be making life-or-death decisions themselves.
A feature article for the October 2010 issue of Discover magazine.
"Unlocking the Paralysis Riddle: Researchers studying spinal cord injuries have observed certain patterns of the human brain that may ultimately enable paraplegics and quadriplegics to regain some motor activity in their paralyzed limbs -- or use their brains to control robotic limbs."
"Bot Battle More of a Lovefest: Battle Bots it is not. This is a robot competition sans buzz saws or blowtorches. Friday's competition at MIT, involving eight teams of students drawn from seven countries, capped off a two-week workshop -- sort of an engineering student's summer camp."
A story for Wired.com on April 15, 2002 about MIT professor Rodney Brooks's Kismet robot, as he presented it at the Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference in Tucson, Arizona.