05/16/2017 “Marathon science event, 72h(S), explores trends in world records,” SFI News.

04/20/2016 “In first 72 Hours of Science, SFI postdocs test the limits of transdisciplinary science,” SFI News.

04/19/2016 “Why Beneficial Epidemics Spread More Quickly than Harmful Ones,” MIT Technology Review.

04/12/2016 “When things go viral and everybody wins,” by Jennifer Ouellette, Gizmodo.

09/22/2015 “Workshop explores self-assembly, kinetic networks,” SFI News.

03/02/2015 “Geometry's least-packable shapes,” SFI News.

09/21/2014 “A Packing Pessimization Problem,” by John Baez, The n-Category Café.

12/24/2013 “A New Tool to Help Mathematicians Pack,” by Natalie Wolchover, Scientific American/Quanta Magazine.

05/28/2013 “Dark Matter and Worst Packings,” by Frank Morgan, Huffington Post.

12/01/2012 “Mysteries in Packing Regular Tetrahedra,” by Jeffrey Lagarias and Chuanming Zong, AMS notices (winner of the Levi L. Conant Prize).

09/28/2012 “Only in 3D are spheres the worst packers,” by Jacob Aron, New Scientist.

09/23/2012 “The International Workshop on Packing,” by Marc Abrahams, Improbable Research.

05/21/2011 “Three Mathematical Competitions,” Günter M. Ziegler, chapter in An Invitation to Mathematics: From Competitions to Research.

12/29/2010 “3D Surprises,” Dana Mackenzie, chapter in What’s Happening in the Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 8.

11/05/2010 “Packing Tetrahedra,” by Matthew Kahle.

05/17/2010 “Packing Pyramids: Is the Space Race Over?” by Barry A. Cipra, SIAM News.

05/03/2010 “The tetrahedral dice are cast … and pack densely,” by Daan Frenkel, Physics (American Physical Society).

01/28/2010 “Recent Advances in Tetrahedron Packing,” by Hannah Ross, Mathematical Association of America.

01/04/2010 “Packing Tetrahedrons, and Packing In on a Perfect Fit,” by Kenneth Chang, New York Times.