Here are a few examples of news coverage I or my work has received.
“Mindless Eating,” or how to send an entire life of research into question Ars Technica
Story about my investigation into the Cornell Food and Brand Lab.
The Stars Are Aligning for Preprints The Scholarly Kitchen
I provided updated statistics for preprints.
The findings of medical research are disseminated too slowly The Economist
I provided statistics for preprints.
Spoiled Science: How a seemingly innocent blog post led to serious doubts about Cornell’s famous food laboratory The Chronicle of Higher Education
I was interviewed about my ongoing Cornell investigation.
A Popular Diet-Science Lab Has Been Publishing Really Shoddy Research New York Magazine
I was interviewed about my ongoing Cornell investigation.
Do Men Eat More Pizza in Front of Women? Slate
I was interviewed about my ongoing Cornell investigation.
Biologists debate how to license preprints Nature News
Daniel Himmelstein asked me about the licensing of bioRxiv preprints. Interested in the results, Daniel then performed a more detailed analysis of the data. This led to ASAPbio creating a task force to understand author's license choices, and the story was covered by Nature News.
Heavyweight funders back central site for life-sciences preprints Nature News
Data from PrePubMed was used.
2016 in news: The science events that shaped the year Nature News
Data from PrePubMed was used.
With passion for research, graduating microbial biology senior Jordan Anaya named University Medal finalist Berkeley College of Natural Resources
I graduated at the top of my class and was interviewed about the accomplishment.
It Takes Too Long to Publish BioTechniques
I was interviewed about my opinions on preprints and asked about my blog posts.
When a preprint becomes the final paper Nature News
I was interviewed about why I decided to stop sending my papers to journals.
The Ethics of Citation Discover Magazine
Neuroskeptic discussed my tweet and linked to one of my blog posts.