Helen Gavaghan, trading also as Gavaghan Communications.

I am a freelance journalist and editor with a specialist competence in science and scientifically literate humanities.

BIO: Helen Gavaghan.

Helen Gavaghan researched and wrote the first official history of Eumetsat, the intergovernmental organisation responsible for Europe's weather and climate-monitoring satellites. She is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (New York) Fellowship winner and author of Something New Under the Sun, Satellites and the Beginning of the Space Age (Copernicus, New York). Currently Helen edits part-time freelance Science, People & Politics, a small magazine which she founded in 2005. In that capacity Helen has commissioned and edited key people in science or science communication and policy: for example Jan Zalasciewicz, Graham Dutfield, Simon Whitby, Fay Korsmo, Paula Cleggett and Liz Carpenter. Helen has a broad scientific education and broad range as a journalist. She is a former editor of Clinica, a former technology news editor and Washington correspondent for New Scientist. She was Washington DC biomedical research policy correspondent for Nature with David Dickson as news editor. She has freelanced for: Science magazine, Nature, Nature Medicine, The Scientist, BioMed Central, Le Journale Internationale de Medecin (as US correspondent), Biofutur (as UK correspondent) and others. 24.7.2018.


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