MICHAEL ABRAMS, a freelance
writer in New York, is the author of
Birdmen, Batmen and Skyflyers.
MARCIA BAR TUSIAK is a
professor of science writing at MIT
and author of ;ve books. Her latest
is The Day We Found the Universe.
ALLISON BOND, a science and
medical writer living in New York,
has also written for Scientific American Mind and Popular Science.
JANE BOSVELD, a contributing
editor to DISCOVER, is studying for
a certi;cate in botany from the New
York Botanical Garden.
DARLENE F. CAVALIER is the
founder of ScienceCheerleader.
com and an advocate for public
engagement in science.
JANET FANG is a DISCOVER
intern who studies natural history
and uses marine geochemistry to
research the paleoclimate of Africa.
DOUGLAS FOX is a freelance
writer whose work has also
appeared in New Scientist,
Popular Mechanics, and the 2009
Best American Science and
Nature Writing anthology.
FRED GUTERL, former deputy
editor of Newsweek International,
recently joined DISCOVER as a
ADAM HADHAZY is a science
writer whose work has also
appeared in Popular Mechanics and
on Scientific American’s Web site.
MONICA HEGER is a Brooklyn-based writer whose work has also
appeared in IEEE Spectrum and
USA Today’s Science Fair blog.
JEREMY JACQUOT, a graduate
student at the University of Southern
California, also writes for Popular
Mechanics and The Huffington Post.
SAM KISSINGER is a former
DISCOVER intern who is now
;ghting childhood illiteracy in
LINDSEY KONKEL is a freelance
journalist who has also written for
Popular Science, Natural History,
JEREMY LABRECQUE is a
freelance science writer based
in Montreal who also studies
spatial patterns in rheumatic
MICHAEL D. LEMONICK, who
was a science writer at Time for
more than 20 years, recently joined
the staff of Climate Central.
JEANNE LENZER is a frequent
contributor to the British Medical
Journal who also writes for The
Atlantic, Slate, and The Scientist.
HEATHER MAYER is a DISCOVER
intern who has reported on health,
science, and other topics for
CNN.com, Health.com, and the
KATHLEEN MCGOWAN is a
former senior editor at Psychology
Today and is a contributing editor
CYRUS MOULTON has also
written for the Island Journal and
The Huffington Post.
JILL NEIMARK, who covers
science and medicine, received
the Autism Society of America
award in 2007.
STEPHEN ORNES is a
Nashville-based writer who
also writes for CR Magazine,
Technology Review, and
Science News for Kids.
ALINE REYNOLDS is a
DISCOVER intern who also writes
for Manhattan Media newspapers
and Dan’s Papers.
JOCELYN RICE is a science writer
in Kansas whose work also appears
in Technology Review, CR Magazine,
and Popular Mechanics.
JESSICA RUVINSKY is a former
editor at DISCOVER who has also
written for Science, The Economist,
and U.S. News & World Report.
NAYANAH SIVA is a freelance
journalist based in London whose
work also appears in The Lancet,
Nature Medicine, and Science.
ELIZABETH SVOBODA is a
Popular Science contributing editor
based in San Jose, California.
MEGAN TALKINGTON recently
began her career in science
journalism after working as a
researcher studying ribosomes
CARL ZIMMER, a contributing
editor to DISCOVER, also writes
for The New York Times. His latest
book is The Tangled Bank: An
Introduction to Evolution.
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