Mike May, PhD, Author Profile

Mike May Bio PictureMike May, PhD, is an Ohio-based freelance writer and editor for science and technology. He earned a PhD in neurobiology from Cornell University. His resume includes hundreds of articles and many editing projects, including Scientific American Worldview.

Recent Articles

Seeking Energy Savings

Seeking Energy Savings

October 8, 2015

Labs are increasingly concerned about the energy efficiency of constant temperature equipment, and how its efficien...
Going with the Mobile Flow

Going with the Mobile Flow

September 10, 2015

Mobile features make an electronic lab notebook (ELN) more adaptable and  efficient.
INSIGHTS on Pesticide Analysis

INSIGHTS on Pesticide Analysis

September 3, 2015

The many variables involved in pesticide use presents special challenges when it comes to food safety analysis.
ICP-MS for Homeland Security

ICP-MS for Homeland Security

July 6, 2015

The United States government—nearly 14 years after September 11, 2001— continues to invest heavily in h...
Viscometers Vs. Rheometers

Viscometers Vs. Rheometers

June 11, 2015

The need to measure a material’s fluid behavior varies based on what it is and how it will be used. That lead...
UHPLC for Biopharma Workflows

UHPLC for Biopharma Workflows

June 11, 2015

In biopharmaceutical research and manufacturing, many processes involve sophisticated separations. One of the most&...
INSIGHTS on Neuroimaging

INSIGHTS on Neuroimaging

June 4, 2015

Accessing the brain to unravel its structure and function is one of the greatest scientific challenges. This delicate&nb...