Covering chemistry in life sciences, medicine, materials, and food
Carmen Drahl is a freelance science journalist specializing in the realm of chemistry, from plastic waste to the primordial soup. She's produced news, features, and video at publications including Forbes, Science News, Chemical & Engineering News, and Scientific American. She also covers the Washington, DC food scene for DCist. Carmen earned a Ph.D. in bioorganic chemistry at Princeton University (she ran the gel above back then).
Contact her at carmendrahl AT nasw DOT org.
"DIVERSITY MEANS DIFFERENT. NOT SOMEBODY WHO THINKS LIKE YOU BUT JUST HAPPENS TO HAVE A LATINO LAST NAME."
Chemical & Engineering News
An interview with environmental engineer Lupita Montoya, who scrutinizes air quality inside nail salons