JoAnna Klein

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Duration: 30 to 70 minutes

  • The New York Times, Contributor

    JoAnna Klein is a freelance science journalist based in Brooklyn. She has published research about how the brain processes emotion in Joseph LeDoux’s lab at NYU. Now she holds up a magnifying glass to the ways in which science intersects with our everyday lives. Klein experiments with form to tell stories in the digital space, including for the Trilobites column at The New York Times Science Desk, the Observatory section of The Science Times, and as a collaborator on The Daily 360. Her stories have appeared in The New York Times, Inverse.com, Newsweek, Motherboard and The Scientist, among others.