Food and nutrition. Climate change. Sports psychology. Dark matter. Addiction. Robotics. Personal tech. As a health and science reporter, you get to indulge your curiosity about the natural world and the science that impacts it every day.
Scientists are inventing everything from artificial reefs to thought-activated prosthetic limbs. To inform people about these advances, you’ll learn how to sift through research, eliminating jargon and hype.
You’ll mine data to find new perspectives on social issues, from obesity to gun violence.
You’ll police the $3 trillion spent each year on U.S. health care, money that too often benefits hospitals, insurers, and pharmaceutical companies instead of sick people.
You’ll also interview top experts and tell dramatic human stories, through audio and video, data visualizations, and well-constructed narratives.