Gravner-Griffeath Snowfakes

Selected Popular Science and Media Accounts


SLIDESHOWS AND POSTCARDS

UW-Madison News

Lovely ‘snowfakes’ mimic nature, advance science

by Madeline Fisher

The Discovery Channel

The American Mathematical Society

 

INTERVIEWS

The Discovery Channel

Simulating Snowflakes

by Tracy Staedter

The Why Files

The Nitty Gritty of the Itty Bitty

by David Tenenbaum

 

MAJOR MEDIA AND ORGANIZATIONS

Chicago Tribune (front page)

Every Snowflake Tells Own Story

by James Janega

Discovery Channel News

How to Build a Snowflake

by Larry O'Hanlon

Los Angeles Times

At the core of snowflakes, bacteria

(FEATURING ONE OF OUR SNOWFAKES, UNBEKNOWNST TO US!)

 

LAtimes

Reuters

US scientists build computer model for snowflakes

Mathematical Association of America

Mathematicians Model Actual Snowflakes

physorg.com

Math Models Snowflakes

Science Daily

Math Models Snowflakes In Extraordinary Detail

 

UNIVERSITY RELEASES

On Wisconsin Magazine

Winter Wonderment

By Jenny Price

UC-Davis News and Information

Math Models Snowflakes

 

FOREIGN PRESS

Kennislink.nl

Sneeuwvlokken ontrafeld in drie dimensies

Aftenposten.no

Slik skapes unike snøkrystaller

by Kristin Straumsheim Grønli

Грани.Ру

Математики научились моделировать снежинки

 

BLOGS AND PODCASTS

Earth Impacts

Pure Flakey Science

by Larry O’Hanlon

Dr. Dobbs Portal

Editor’s Eye

Snowflakes, Snowfakes, and Boy Am I In Trouble Again

by Jon Erickson

ZD Net Blogs

Snowflakes or 3-D snowfakes?

by Roland Piquepaille

bit-player

Snowfakes

Wisconsin State Journal

Curiosities

by Madeline Fisher

World Weather Post

Computer Model to Recreate Snowflake Crystals

The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe

Podcast 188

 

SCIENCE ARTICLES AND BOOKS

Science News

What A Flake

Computers get the hang of ice-crystal growth

by Peter Weiss

American Scientist

The Formation of Snow Crystals

by Kenneth Libbrecht

PhysicsWorld

The Enigmatic Snowflake

by Kenneth Libbrecht

 

Branches

by Philip Ball

(Our work is featured in Chapter One.)

 

TV

Our work has been featured on television by

The Discovery Channel (USA and Canada) and WISC-TV.