I’m currently working on a book about the science of successful invention. Questions I’m exploring: Who comes up with the best ideas? How do people imagine useful things that don’t exist? Why do some inventions seem to be “hidden in plain sight”? The book will be released by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2015 (inshallah).
Cover story for NY Times Sunday Review: The Fat Drug was the #1 most-emailed and most-Tweeted story in the NY Times for a couple of days.
For the New York Times Magazine, I traveled to a hospital where patients are able to play video games with their thoughts.
“The Joy Lock Club” – My latest feature story for Boston Magazine.