Zahra Hirji is a science reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Washington, DC.
Yasmin is a writer and former biologist living in New York. A Toronto girl at heart, her writing also appears in The Last Magazine and SciArt in America. You might recognize her as a past host of Scientific American's YouTube series.
Writing about biology, evolution, chemistry, the brain, and more science stuff. Senior editor at Scientific American @sciam
William J. Broad is a science journalist and senior writer at The New York Times. He shared two Pulitzer Prizes with his colleagues, as well as an Emmy Award and a DuPont Award.
Victoria Jaggard is an award-winning journalist who currently serves as the lead editor for science news on National Geographic’s website, with a special focus on astronomy and paleontology. Before joining National Geographic, Jaggard was the web science editor for Smithsonian magazine. She has also served as physical sciences news editor for New Scientist and as a reporter for Chemical & Engineering News. During her career, Jaggard has chased tornadoes in Colorado, witnessed the last space shuttle launch, and held an astrolabe used by Galileo. She received a degree in science writing/journalism from Lehigh University.
Timothy Hay covers life sciences for Dow Jones VentureWire, with a special focus on medical devices. Before joining Dow Jones in 2007, he was a reporter and editor for the Bay Area News Group.
The Washington Post; Achenblog; Why Things Are; Captured By Aliens; The Grand Idea; A Hole at the Bottom of the Sea
Tanya Basu is the senior editor in science at The Daily Beast.
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Senior writer Tina Hesman Saey is a geneticist-turned-science writer who covers all things microscopic and a few too big to be viewed under a microscope. She is an honors graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she did research on tobacco plants and ethanol-producing bacteria. She spent a year as a Fulbright scholar at the Georg-August University in Göttingen, Germany, studying microbiology and traveling. Her work on how yeast turn on and off one gene earned her a Ph.D. in molecular genetics at Washington University in St. Louis. Tina then rounded out her degree collection with a master’s in science journalism from Boston University. She interned at the Dallas Morning News and Science News before returning to St. Louis to cover biotechnology, genetics and medical science for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. After a seven year stint as a newspaper reporter, she returned to Science News. Her work has been honored by the Endocrine Society, the Genetics Society of America and by journalism organizations.
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Scott has a master's in hydrogeology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has worked as a hydrogeologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. In addition to teaching college Earth science courses, he is Science Editor for Climate Feedback. Scott has been writing for Ars since 2011—almost as long as he's been brewing beer in his closet, but not nearly as long as he's been bleeding the various colors of Chicago's sports teams.
Science writer with @ewnews. Love cooking/baking and running/spinning, you know, to counteract the whole cooking/baking thing.
Science writer for @Futurism, @MyBioTechniques, @outerplaces, and freelance. Communicating science by day, taking the stage with @foxannemusic at night.
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