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Rebecca Sohn

Rebecca Sohn is a science writer and poet based in New York City. As someone with a background in the arts, Rebecca frequently writes about science, art, and culture. A former English major, Rebecca loves storytelling, and hopes to write stories that place scientific understanding in a greater societal context. When she isn’t reporting, you can find Rebecca thinking about her next science poem, playing her fiddle, or attending a local contra dance.

September 28, 2020

Folk dancing and music communities are struggling to stay connected in a time of separation

August 1, 2020

Even as conservationists seek to save spruce grouse, their decline may signal broader issues for forest birds

June 17, 2020

Even for a perpetual hiker used to isolation, social distancing poses a challenge

April 10, 2020

New research explores the risks of being late to sleep and late to rise

March 18, 2020

Scientists and consumers are divided on whether brain-stimulating tech is ready for its moment in the spotlight

December 16, 2019

Momentum grows for sleep-more, learn-later school policies around the United States, with California as the pilot

October 17, 2019

An astrophysicist and a poet discover they have much in common

 
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