My work was mentioned in the following works:
I was interviewed for the story DNA Discovery for the Fair Go television show in 2021 – this is available here https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/fair-go/clips/dna-discovery and it is also available in YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1wPAHLpzvU
Brittney Deguara, ‘How DNA techniques in police investigations can create ‘genetic informants” Stuff.co.nz (21 December 2020)
Libby Copeland, ‘How genetic info is changing the way that police operate—and how we all think about privacy’ Fast Company (19 March 2020)
Libby Copeland, ‘You Can Learn a Lot About Yourself From a DNA Test. Here’s What Your Genes Cannot Tell You’ Time (2 March 2020) -this is an excerpt from Libby’s book The Lost Family: How DNA Testing Is Upending Who We Are.
Kate Graham, ‘The DNA Dilemma’ Marie Claire UK (June 2019)
Radio interview by Mike Williams on the Free Breakfast – I was interviewed for the Free Breakfast (1 March 2019)
J Fuertes, ‘The Time Bomb of DNA Testing and Race’ Medium (13 March 2019)
Ted Sherman, ‘She was left with disturbing questions that will never be answered. The Pandora’s Box of DNA testing’ New Jersey Star Ledger (11 February 2019).
Lin Taylor, ‘Identity crisis: data misuse an unseen twist in DNA testing’ Reuters (13 December 2018).
Kelsey Munro, ‘DNA testing: Is knowing your ancestry worth the data sharing risk?’ SBS News Australia (6 August 2018).
Rachel Cheung, ‘Gene sequencing helps Hong Kong woman know herself better – but not everyone likes how this knowledge is being used’ South China Morning Post (3 January 2017).