Jenny Morber is a freelance science journalist who enjoys no one caring if her trousers are work-appropriate. She has earned a PhD in materials engineering, has helped to develop magnetic nanomaterials for cancer treatment, and claims partial ownership of a patent, none of which probably helped her to write her story for Mosaic.
After time spent as a staff writer for PNAS, Jenny has written independently for Slate, NOVA Next, Discover, Nautilus, Ars Technica and others. She likes to tell the stories that make others slightly uncomfortable but hungry for more.
Work published elsewhere
A story about reproduction, llamas and the artificial vagina
Swim, sperm robots, swim
Sperm robots: they’re a thing
If software looks like a brain and acts like a brain – will we treat it like one?
We need to talk about how we will treat conscious software
Custom organs, printed to order
How 3D printers may help solve the organ shortage
How fish make themselves invisible – mystery solved
Fish hide in open water with this one cool trick