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Sarah Webb writes about science, health, technology and policy for researchers, for the general public and for children. Her work has appeared in Discover, Science News, ScientificAmerican.com, Science, Nature Biotechnology, National Geographic Kids, Science News for Kids and many other publications. Trained as a PhD chemist, she has reported on the Mars Rovers Spirit and Opportunity, the science and policy of stem cell research and the acoustics of carbon fiber cellos. Sarah also served as the research coordinator for the award winning astronomy exhibits at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. She lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her husband, son, two cats and a Senegal parrot. Sarah is the Editor in Chief of pitchpublishprosper.com.

One response to “A Twitter-based guide to ScienceWriters 2014”

  1. Regina Nuzzo

    Nice hashtag round-up!

    We’re up against some stiff competition in Session D, but anyone not headed to the Pitch Slam is invited to join us over in the P-Values session to learn some great tips for writing smartly about stats. Important stuff, fun speakers, and no final exam. #pvalues

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