author Josh Chamot

Josh Chamot

Josh Chamot is the public affairs specialist for media trends at the U.S. National Science Foundation. Josh works with grantees, agency experts and external partners to drive conversation about science and technology. Josh has held positions at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the U.S. Department of Energy, and was founding editor of the Expert Voices platform on and

Josh Chamot

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Democratizing Science

From tracking migrating birds to monitoring changes in weather and climate, there are only so many data points a scientist can collect. To boost their reach, many researchers are reaching out to

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As Earth Warms, How Will Life Adapt?

Doria Gordon is an expert on ecosystems and the impacts they face in a warming world. In her role with the Ecosystems program at the Environmental Defense Fund, she studies the scientific

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