The Sumatra-based reporter, currently a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT, often finds herself navigating the terrain where science and politics clash.
The program is accepting new applications for its in-person fellowship, with 10 slots available.
More than 1,000 feet above the Amazon rainforest, writer Ferris Jabr finds a new perspective on the relationship between Earth and life
Tech giants’ push to remake the computer science curriculum should not be taken lightly, writes KSJ fellow Natasha Singer.
We may be witnessing the dawn of the era of xenotransplantation, writes journalist Emily Mullin.
The Atlanta native is driven by a passion to shed light on the struggles of people living in marginalized communities.