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Writing

My peer-reviewed publications are listed in my CV; below are my NON-peer-reviewed pieces.


Running
The long and short of running wisdom: what all runners can learn from ultramarathoners. Running Times, May 2012.

Scott McCoubrey: A Seattle trailblazer profiled. iRunFar.com, August 12, 2011.

Bigger, better, and almost indefensible. UltraRunning, April 2010.

On the trail of the Wakka. Northwest Runner, August 2005.

A wild night with William Emerson. Northwest Runner, October 2001.

Every rose has its thorn. Northwest Runner, November 1999.

The Ill Will duathlon. Northwest Runner, April 1998.

Science Education
(With J. L. Williamson, H. T. Buckland, and S. L. Cunningham.) Making material more memorable ... with music. American Biology Teacher, November-December 2013.

Learning to the beat of a different drum: music as a component of classroom diversity. CONNECT, March-April 2006.

Poem: A is for Alanine. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, November 2005.

Science Humor
(With E. Stahl.) What's the scoop? A quantitative analysis of Kellogg's Raisin Bran. Science Creative Quarterly, November 8, 2006.

The size of a jelly molecule as estimated by jelly electrophoresis. Annals of Improbable Research, July-August 2002.

The value of self-acknowledgment. Annals of Improbable Research, March-April 2001.

A nuclear magnetic resonance study of isometric exercise in plants and animals. Annals of Improbable Research, July-August 2000.

Science Research
Protein production prowess progresses. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, November 1, 2012.

Sequencing hones in on targets. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, October 15, 2012.

Cell culture moves into third dimension. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, September 15, 2012.

Economical running: what running economy really is and what you can do about yours. Running Times, June 2012.

Biomarker discovery methods evolving. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, May 1, 2012.

NGS advances spawn novel challenges. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, March 1, 2012.

Marathoning is hard; so is science journalism. RunnersWorld.com, November 9, 2010. Buffer zone. Runner's World, October 2003.

How to become cool. Runner's World, June 2003.

"Runner's bible" should not be taken lightly. Northwest Runner, December 2002.

Swimming will only take you so far. Northwest Runner, October 2002.

Gatorade vs. Powerade: battle of the beverages. Northwest Runner, July 2002.

Maintaining muscles with strength training and protein. Northwest Runner, May 2002.

What readers want to know. Northwest Runner, April 2002.

Thank you and good night. Northwest Runner, January 2002.

Running on empty. Northwest Runner, December 2001.
 
Training and racing with a heart rate monitor. Northwest Runner, November 2001.

Is counting heartbeats really useful? Northwest Runner, September 2001.

Gender and endurance performance. Northwest Runner, August 2001.

The benefits of stretching and altitude training: an update. Northwest Runner, July 2001.

Research-based confusion, part two. Northwest Runner, June 2001.

Research-based confusion. Northwest Runner, May 2001.

Can biofeedback make you a better runner? Northwest Runner, April 2001.

Training to improve the "big three." Northwest Runner, March 2001.

The distance model for success. Northwest Runner, February 2001.

Tips on maximizing your running economy. Northwest Runner, January 2001.

Be specific! Northwest Runner, December 2000.

Race-day refreshments. Northwest Runner, October 2000.

Living high and training low. Northwest Runner, September 2000.

Stretching the truth. Northwest Runner, July 2000.

Pumping iron into your body. Northwest Runner, June 2000.

Protein: how much do runners need? Northwest Runner, May 2000.

Tapering for competition. Northwest Runner, April 2000.

Strength training for distance runners. Northwest Runner, March 2000.

Research-based coaching: an introduction. Northwest Runner, February 2000.