- Franovic, Williams, Noyes, Klymkowsky & Cooper. 2023. How do instructors explain the mechanism by which ATP drives unfavorable processes? Life Science Education,in press.
- Doxas, I., J. Meiss,S. Bottone, T. Strelich, A. Plummer, A. Breland, S. Denis, K. Garvin-Doxas & M.W. Klymkowsky. The Dynamical Principles of Storytelling. submitted to arXiv.
- Underwood, Kararo, Posey, Pollock, Herrington, Stowe, Carmel, Klymkowsky & Cooper. 2023. The Critical Components of a Transformed General Chemistry Curriculum, Life Science Education, in press.
- Doxas, I., J. Meiss, S. Bottone1, T. Strelich, A. Plummer, A. Breland, S. Dennis, K. Garvin-Doxas, & M. Klymkowsky. 2023. Narative as a Dynamical System. arXiv.
- Klymkowsky. 2023. Hardy-Weinberg and genetic drift in undergraduate biology. Frontiers of Genetics, * June.
- Klymkowsky, 2023.Making sense of noise: introducing students to stochastic processes in
order to better understand biological behaviors. arXiv
- Klymkowsky. 2022. Genetics in Context. Science & Education,
- Oran, Martin, Klymkowsky & Stubbs. 2022. Identifying students' progress and mobility patterns in higher education through open-source visualization. 12th IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference. accepted!
- Cooper & Klymkowsky 2022. Aligning assessment goals with the current and future technologies needed to achieve them. in "Technologies in Biomedical and Life Science Education: Approaches and Evidence of Efficacy for Learning" H. Witchel & Michael Lee, eds.
- Klymkowsky, 2021. Making mechanistic sense: are we teaching students what they need to know? Dev. Biol. 476: 308-313. (pdf)
- Cooper & Klymkowsky, 2020. Curbing the malpractice of curved grades and high-stakes exams. ASBMB Today, December
- Klymkowsky & Garvin-Doxas. 2020. Concept Inventories: Design, Application, Uses, Limitations & Next Steps. Mintzes & Walter, Eds. Active learning in college science. Berlin: Springer Nature.
- Klymkowsky, 2019. Filaments & phenotypes: cellular roles and orphan effects associated with mutations in cytoplasmic intermediate filament proteins. A Faculty Opinions review.