Sheilla Jones is a former CBC news editor with an advanced degree in theoretical physics. She is the author of The Quantum Ten: A Story of Passion, Tragedy, Ambition and Science (Oxford University Press, 2008), and is currently working on a book about the strange science of water. Her website is http://www.sheillajones.com.
Articles by Sheilla Jones
- Tantalizing Ambiguity (September 2011)
Could science be more creative if it were less sure of itself?
- The Sexes and the Sciences (March 2010)
A review of The Bold and the Brave: A History of Women in Science and Engineering, by Monique Frize
- Creating Another Einstein (June 2009)
A review of Howard Burton’s First Principles: The Crazy Business of Doing Serious Science