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THE NEW YORK TIMES, "The Scan" columnist, 2013 - present
• Cover books, films, exhibits and other cultural events in the Science Times.

NATURE, Books and Arts contributor, 2008-present
• Cover books, films, exhibits and other cultural events in the Science Times.
Interview scientists and artists (such as Margaret Atwood, Werner Herzog and Tom Wolfe) for the culture pages of the British science journal.

NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, Research Editor, 2008-2011
• Fact-checked articles on science and culture on freelance basis.

NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, Editorial Assistant (2005-2008)
• Edited science reviews, matched books to reviewers, hired staff.

• Reported on science and culture for Believer, Boston Globe, Nature, Pitchfork, Salon, Scientific American Mind, and The New York Times Book Review and Magazine.


Harvard College, 1997-2002

A.B. Magna Cum Laude in Comp. Study of Religion. Coursework in computer science, philosophy and music. Harvard College Scholar.

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