Christie Wilcox is an award-winning science writer who currently authors the Science Sushi blog for Discover. She is renowned in the science blogosphere for her delicate balance of contemporary science and scientific perspective seasoned with just the right amount of wit and humor. She blogs on a wide variety of topics, though tends to be driven by her scientific interests and often writes about evolution, genetics and marine ecology. Her award-winning writing has been featured in the Open Laboratory, an anthology of the best science writing online, for five years running and landed her bylines for major media outlets including Slate, Popular Science, and The Washington Post.
2010 and before
What others have said about Christie Wilcox:
"Christie Wilcox isn't afraid to call out the bigwigs in science."
Business Insider's reason for including her in their list of 40 Science Experts That Will Completely Revamp Your Social Media Feed
"One to watch – a scientist and science writer whose accessible and enthusiastic style has been growing for years."
Ed Yong, of Not Exactly Rocket Science and award-winning science writer
"Christie Wilcox has a knack for making science interesting to read for a general audience, which is an important skill for any scientist to have."
Allie Wilkinson, of Oh, For The Love of Science!
"Bloggers like Christie draw us non-scientists right in and get us interested and coming back for more... I would like to see more females step up, speak out and blog the way Christie does with an honest open mind, strength and humor."
Kristyn Bellman, a blog enthusiast
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