Articles and Research


Charting Our Own Course: NFB Project Innovation
Readers, Braille, and Independence: A Scientist's Perspective
My Experiences as a Blind Chemistry Student
Advanced Technology for Producing Tactile Materials
Driving Change: The 2011 NFB Youth Slam
Gear Up for Greatness: Junior Science Academy 2010
NFB Youth Slam: What I Wish I Had Learned As A Teen 2009
Comets, Kids, and Captain Whozit: Tales from the 2008 NFB Junior Science Academy
The Inside Scoop on the NFB Youth Slam 2007
Blind Kids Do Science Too
Of Stars and Sharks: The Circle of Life
Rocket On!: Excitement, Challenge, and Growth
The 2004 NFB Science Academy: Turning Dreams into Reality
Science, Blindness, and Evolution: The Common Theme Is Opportunity
Two Small Camps, One Giant Leap into the Future for Blind Youth: The Next Generation of Rocket Scientists
Reaching Out for New Opportunities: The 2004 NFB Summer Science Experience
This IS Rocket Science 
Learning About the Stars
Blind Students Can Succeed in Chemistry Classes 
Can Blind People Be Astronomers?
A Comparison of Three Nonvisual Methods for Presenting Scientific Graphs
To Sea with a Blind Scientist 
You Don't Have to Be Sighted to Be a Scientist, Do You? - Issues and Outcomes in Science Education 
Access & Technology: Making Science Accessible to Blind Students


Blind Mathematicians? Certainly!
LaTeX: What Is it and Why do We Need it?
Preparation in and Use of the Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics by Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments
Use of the Talking Tactile Tablet in Mathematics Testing 
A Case for Increased Training in the Nemeth Code of Braille Mathematics for Teachers of Students Who Are Visually Impaired
A Software Tutorial for Learning the Nemeth Code of Braille Mathematics 
Representation of Simple Graphs in Virtual Tactile Space