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“Don’t phone a friend, Skype a Scientist!” Science Friday, Public Radio International, July 7, 2017
“Closing out the Cephaloparty” Science Friday, Public Radio International June 17, 2016
“The Science of Symbiosis and the Search for New Drugs” UConn Today, University of Connecticut, January 19, 2016
“Squid houses bacteria to keep its eggs safe” Science magazine Scienceshot September 18, 2015 “
Scientists Turn to Crowdfunding After Budget Cuts Affect Research” Crowdfund Insider August 20, 2014 “
To Stem Budget Cuts, Uconn and Yale Scientists Turn to Crowdfunding” WNPR News August 19, 2014 “
How a squid forms a relationship with a bacterium” ASBMB Today July 28, 2014 “
Lecture explores squid immune system” The Daily Campus, April 16, 2012 “
Squid, glowing bacteria work well together” Discovery News, published on-line March 3, 2010 “
Glowing squid illuminate immune system function” UConn Today, University of Connecticut, March 3, 2010. “
Squid uses bacterial light to avoid place on menu” MCB Notes, University of Connecticut, February, 2010. Jermy, A. (2008) “
Squid sort the wheat from the chaff.” Nature Reviews Microbiology 6: 875. Research Highlights (review of Nyholm et al., 2009 (epub ahead of print at time of publication), Environmental Microbiology 11: 483-493).