CARMEN DRAHL

Writer | Editor | Speaker

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Carmen Drahl is a freelance science writer and editor with over a decade of experience penning stories about chemistry, materials, biosciences, and food. Carmen earned a Ph.D. in bioorganic chemistry at Princeton University (she ran the gel above back then).


Want to work with Carmen? She offers writing and editing services to institutions such as Colgate University and publications such as Science News. Her byline appears at Forbes, Chemical & Engineering NewsScientific American, and DCist, among others. She conducts speaking engagements at university science departments, symposia for foundations and grantees, and both science and writing conferences.

Contact her at carmendrahl AT nasw DOT org.   

 

FEATURED WORK

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"I AM CONVINCED THAT THIS DISEASE IS TRANSMITTED MOSTLY THROUGH AEROSOLS AND THAT GOVERNMENTS AND THE W.H.O. ARE NOT GIVING PEOPLE THE TOOLS OR THE EXPLANATIONS THEY NEED TO PROTECT THEMSELVES."

Chemical & Engineering News

Interview with aerosol expert Jose-Luis Jimenez, who is sounding the alarm about airborne COVID-19 transmission

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MEET THE PERIODIC TABLE'S UNSTABLE ELEMENTS

Science News

Part of a series that won the 2019 Eddie Award for Best Series of Articles in Science & Technology

 

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