Blame Human Evolution for Corporate Jargon. Blame human evolution for corporate jargon and thick academic prose

Genetic Literacy Project, 14/07/2020.

How a Bird and a Virus Remind Us of the Value of Science. How a rare bird and the coronavirus remind us that our safety depends on science

Genetic Literacy Project, 09/06/2020.

Darwin’s ‘Descent of Man’ is Both Deeply Disturbing and More Relevant Than Ever. Viewpoint: Darwin’s ‘Descent of Man’ is both deeply disturbing and more relevant than ever

Genetic Literacy Project, 13/03/2020.

Fighting Climate Change with Gene Editing. Can we slash cows' methane production?

Genetic Literacy Project, 11/12/2019.

What is or isn't Natural? Explaining the debate over GMOS and what is or isn't natural through the genetics of chickens

Genetic Literacy Project, 07/09/2019.

Languages and Genetics. How languages and genetics explain our origins and evolution

Genetic Literacy Project, 12/03/2019.

Spider Genetics. What spider genetics can tell us about evolutionary relationships and cut-throat competition

Genetic Literacy Project, 05/03/2019.

Genetics and Race. How do we have this awkward conversation

Genetic Literacy Project, 13/02/2019.

Germs, Genes and Inequality. How germs and ancient migrations help explain our world of ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’

Genetic Literacy Project, 29/01/2019.

A History of Bull. Learning about modern genetics through the long-extinct aurochs

Genetic Literacy Project, 22/01/2019.

An Evolutionary Itch. What martyred Thomas Becket and his holy lice can teach us about evolution

Genetic Literacy Project, 11/12/2018.

A Genetic Horror Story. How Frankenstein and 200 years of horror stories have haunted the biotechnology revolution

Genetic Literacy Project, 30/10/2018.

Genes, Crime and Violence. The many faces of MAOA, the so-called ‘warrior gene’

Genetic Literacy Project, 09/10/2018.

National Identity. The near-inconceivable depth of Aboriginal Australians’ connection to the land

Genetic Literacy Project, 11/09/2018.

Meerkats. Zoo cutie not quite as cute as we think

The Christchurch Press, 21/11/2016.

Battle of the Sexes. Katipo faces challenges from Australian and South African spider relatives

The Christchurch Press, 31/10/2016.

Genetic Rescue. Bringing extinct animals back to life

The Christchurch Press, 17/10/2016.

What are the Implications? Dunedin Study's genetic research crucial for action on social inequalities

The Christchurch Press, 19/12/2016.

“Gene Editing” Cutting-edge technology

19/12/2016.