Specializes in: Medicine, Technology, Environment, Science
I am a freelance science journalist living in Brooklyn, NY. I primarily cover environment and technology stories including using jatropha as a biofuel, converting cow dung into electricity, heating homes with datacenters' waste heat, and technology to combat Somali piracy. I have also worked as a city hall reporter for a community newspaper in San Jose, California. I hold a master's degree from New York University's science, health and environmental reporting program, and a bachelor's degree in English, with a minor in Biology, from the University of Michigan.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()