I’m a degreed scientist, experienced technical writer, and sharp editor. STEM communication is both my passion and vocation; I even wrote about it in a Guest Editorial for Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis:
Science communication needs to be more than just the technical details, more than appendices full of raw data, and even more than a gallery of pretty pictures. I love microstructures as much as anyone… but I love their explanations and context better.Abraham, G. Metallogr. Microstruct. Anal. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13632-020-00613-w
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I’m a writer and editor with a background in materials science, having authored numerous reports, technical notes, articles, manuals, and presentations in the field. An experienced content developer for complex STEM topics, I am also an editor or reviewer for three peer-reviewed scientific journals, a contributor to two O’Reilly design books, and editor three small business blogs.
I developed and taught materials science seminars for more than ten years and I enjoy mentoring emerging professionals in science/engineering and technical writing. Also appreciative of the art of science, I’ve been known to get lost in microscopes exploring the beauty of materials and their unique microstructures.