CARMEN DRAHL

Covering chemistry in life sciences, medicine, materials, and food

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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.   

 

FEATURED WORK

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"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

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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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