After moving to Washington, DC in 2016, I finished my master’s thesis and did a short stint writing about climate science at NOAA. In late 2017, I became part of the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM), where I coordinate various types of communications about astronomy, geophysics, geochemistry, and cosmochemistry.
I grew up in a small town just south of Monterrey, Mexico. I like words and rhetoric, especially when it comes to using them to influence people’s understanding of important things (like science). I spend a fair amount of time reading, thinking, and writing about the environment and the rest of the universe. When I’m not doing that, I’m probably cooking real Mexican food or hunting for deals to fly across the world.
As a student and full-time (and freelance) science writer, I’ve been able to help some really cool organizations where I wrote about:
- Planetary and food chemistry (for ChemMatters)
- Fluid dynamics and radiation physics (for CASIS)
- Climate science (at NOAA)
- Climate and aerospace science (at NASA’s Langley Research Center)
- Earth and space science (at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center)
- Astronomy Outreach (for Astronomers Without Borders)
- Cancer research (at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center)
- Veterinary medicine (at CVM Today at Texas A&M)
- Marine science (at Texas Sea Grant College Program)
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