Assistant Editor: Science, Health, Environment
Daniel is a marine biologist-turned-science journalist with experience in print, radio, and podcasting. He graduated from the Boston University Science Journalism MS program, is a grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, has worked at Marketplace, Big Picture Science and has freelanced for Slate, Vox, and WHYY. Before his career as a storyteller, he worked as a biologist on the California coast tracking salmon populations and growing abalone commercially (with the occasional surf b...
Cloud seeding can increase rain and snow, and new techniques may make it a lot more effective – podcast
May 05, 2023 12:36 pm UTC| Technology Nature
When an unexpected rainstorm leaves you soaking wet, it is an annoyance. When a drought leads to fires, crop failures and water shortages, the significance of weather becomes vitally important. If you could control the...
Three AI experts on how access to ChatGPT-style tech is about to change our world
Mar 04, 2023 12:05 pm UTC| Technology
ChatGPT burst onto the technology world, gaining 100 million users by the end of January 2023, just two months after its launch and bringing with it a looming sense of change. The technology itself is fascinating, but...
Social Media Revolution Series
Influencers are being hired by smaller cities to attract new residents and generate revenue — podcast
Feb 05, 2023 04:24 am UTC| Insights & Views Life
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the demographics of cities shifted. As stay-at-home orders, remote work and bubbling reduced social interaction, and restaurants, venues and arts destinations shut down temporarily, people...
How the James Webb Space Telescope has revealed a surprisingly bright, complex and element-filled early universe
Dec 19, 2022 16:37 pm UTC| Science
If you want to know what happened in the earliest years of the universe, you are going to need a very big, very specialized telescope. Much to the joy of astronomers and space fans everywhere, the world has one the James...
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