Katherine Bourzac, a freelance journalist based in San Francisco, writes about materials science, nanotechnology, energy, computing, medicine, and physics. After almost a decade as a science journalist, her favorite nanomaterial is carbon nanotubes and her favorite quasiparticle is the plasmon. If you don’t have favorites of your own yet, you should read some of her work in Technology Review, Nature, Chemical and Engineering News, and elsewhere.
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