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Julia Rosen

Julia Rosen is a science reporter for the Los Angeles Times writing from Portland, Ore. She became a journalist after getting her PhD in geology, and was an AAAS Mass Media Fellow at The Times in 2014. After that, she worked as a freelancer, covering earth and environmental science, and what happens when science and society collide. Her writing has appeared in Nature, Science, High Country News, National Geographic and many other publications.
For scientists, the ripple effects of the government shutdown are still spreading

The government shutdown forced NIST to lock up a neutron research center for 25 days. The ripple effects of the closure will be felt for months.

Los científicos recorren el cosmos para encontrar los orígenes de los 118 elementos de la tabla periódica

La tabla periódica cumple 150 años en 2019. Así es como el universo la ha estado llenando de elementos durante miles de millones de años.

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