Amy Harmon


Amy Harmon, Reporter for the New York Times

Amy Harmon is a national correspondent for The New York Times, covering the intersection of science and society.

She has won two Pulitzer Prizes, for her series The DNA Age, and as part of a team for the series “How Race Is Lived in America.” She has received a Guggenheim fellowship in science writing and is the author of the short story, “Asperger Love.” Current topics of interest include math culture, GMOs, race and gender inequality in science, climate change, autism, gene drive, open science and longevity research.

Listen to the intervie with Amy (published December 2018) https://mendelspod.com/podcasts/amy-harmon-nyt-race-genetics-women-science/



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