Susan Karlin is an award-winning science and technology journalist based in Los Angeles, covering the nexus of science and entertainment, with a fondness for sci-fi and comics. She's a regular contributor to Fast Company, NPR, and IEEE Spectrum, and has written for Newsweek, Forbes, Wired, Scientific American, Discover, NY and London Times, and BBC Radio. She has also traveled to every continent, reporting from such diverse areas as Vietnam, the Arctic, and the West Bank.
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- How World Building Will Shape The Future Of Media And Business
- Creating Hero Scientists With The Breakthrough Prize
- The Monster Supercomputing Achievement That Lights Up Disney’s "Big Hero 6"
- A Young Band Makes A Music Video Out Of A BuzzFeed Listicle
- The Producers Of "Manhattan" On Science As Character And Storytelling Vehicle
- Hackers vs. Scorpion: Walter O’Brien Responds To Scrutiny Of Real-Life Claims Fueling TV’s "Scorpion"
- Breaking The Molds: See Microbes As Art
- How The Real Hacker Behind CBS's "Scorpion" Made A Show To Grow His Own Company, And More Hackers
- Behind DC Entertainment’s Primetime Push
- Bringing Space Science Education To Burning Man--And Beyond
- From the Jaws of Victory: The Battle Over The World’s Largest Tyrannosaurus Rex
- "Outlander" Showrunner Ron Moore On The Evolution Of TV Science Fiction
- See The Latest In "Geek Couture," From The Creator Of A Cosplay Empire
- Learning In The Flesh: Why Disney Sends Its Animators To Life Drawing Classes
- Who Really Created Batman? A DC Comics Historian Weighs In On The Controversy