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Jenny Morber

Freelance science journalist

Member since May 2023

Jenny Morber is a freelance science journalist with diverse and eclectic interests, newly focused on solutions stories that address national and global issues. Recent writing clients include Undark, National Geographic, Glamour, NOVA, and more. Others have described her beat as "sex and robots" but she has also written about fish, squirrels, HIV testing, nanomaterials, and catalysts.

Previously, she edited scientific documents and grant proposals for Form and Content Media, the University of Minnesota, and others.

Before striking out on her own, Jenny worked as a writer and editor for PNAS (The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), a peer-reviewed general sciences journal, where she covered economics, anthropology, genetics, crystallography, and any other science topic she could get her hands on.

Jenny holds a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering with a focus on the intersections between nanomaterials, magnetism, and biotech.

Earlier in her career, Dr. Morber worked as a consultant and co- grant writer for nano-enabled defense technologies.

https://www.wired.com/story/russia-should-pay-for-its-environmental-war-crimes/

https://bigthink.com/hard-science/quantum-biology-mutation/

https://slate.com/technology/2021/11/whale-poop-ocean-fertilizer-carbon-sequester-nature.html

https://www.popsci.com/story/science/scientists-quit-trump/

 

 

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