Field-Of-Study: Science Writing

Susan Middleton

Susan Middleton has been dedicated to the documentation and portraiture of rare and endangered animals, plants, sites, and cultures for the past thirty years, inspired by the earth’s biological and cultural diversity and motivated by the need to protect it. She is a photographer, author, producer, curator, lecturer and educator. A graduate of the University

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Robin Marantz Henig

Robin Marantz Henig is a freelance journalist, book author, and contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine. She has written eight books, most recently Pandora’s Baby: How the First Test Tube Babies Sparked the Reproductive Revolution, about the early days of in vitro fertilization research. She co-edited A Field Guide for Science Writers, and

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Israel Rosenfield

After studying mathematics as an undergraduate at New York University, Israel Rosenfield received his M.D. from New York University School of Medicine and his Ph.D. from Princeton. He teaches at the City University of New York. His books, translated into a number of languages, include The Invention of Memory: A New View of the Brain;

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Richard Panek

Richard Panek has received a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in Nonfiction Literature as well as an Antarctic Artists and Writers Program grant from the National Science Foundation. He has no background in science, but he hopes that by combining the exploratory sensibility of journalism with the storytelling techniques of long-form narrative, he

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