Pub date Nov 9,Holt. I may turn this triaged trove into a blog and then a book, or just put it out for people to enjoy. Blakeslee who pioneered the field of science reporting in and my father Alton L. I grew up in Port Washington, New York, attended Northwestern University for two years and transferred to the University of California at Berkeley where I graduated in with a major in poltical science.
I also write books. I am currently rifling through the files of my grandfather Howard W. I went into the Peace Corps into Sarawak, Borneo, where I lived upriver and taught elementary school.
I live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I wrote it with two leaders in the field, Jack Gilbert and Rob Knight. In and I traveled to Rajasthan India to ride my bike and to South America for some sightseeing and trekking.
It was published in by St.
As the recipient of a Templeton Journalism Fellowship, I spent several weeks in the summer of at Cambridge University in England, discussing science and religion. The title author is Matin Blaser, another leader in the story of how out microbes keep us healthy or make us sick.
Recent adventures have taken me to Nepal hiking to Annapurna Base Camp in a snowstormto Burma mountain bike ride across the northdown the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon the paddle boat is most fun and, in Augusttrekking in the unbelievably steep Japan Alps.
I have two adult children, Matt Blakeslee a fourth generation science writer and Abi Blakeslee Kelleher a clinical psychologist — plus five grandchildren. The latest is "Dirt Is Good", about how children between the ages of one and three acquire a healthy microbiome.
The book before that was Sleights of Mind — what the neuroscience magic reveals about our everyday deceptions— written with two terrific neuroscientists, Stephen Macknik and Susana Martinez Conde.
I particularly like stories about the environment, earth sciences and all things biological. I recently wrote an article on the neurophysiology of spiritual experience. For pleasure, I am a cyclist, hiker, skier and runner. I have spent nearly all of my career writing for the New York Times, both as a staff writer and on contract.Dec 09, · Science writing has a reputation for bloodlessness, but in many ways it is the most human of disciplines.
Science, after all, is a quest, and as such it’s one of the oldest and most enduring stories we have. Pages in category "The New York Times writers" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.
This list may not reflect recent changes ().(previous page) (). May 10, · Nicholas Wade, a British-born science reporter and editor for more than 30 years with The New York Times has released his latest book, in which he depicts blacks with roots in sub-Saharan Africa as genetically less adapted to modern life than whites and Asians.
His Penguin Press book “A. Thank you for visiting our website! Are you a big time Crosswords fan and especially the New York Times’s Crossword but can’t find the solution to some of the clues? Then we are here for you!
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