DELVING IN: Bryn Nelson on Innovative Uses of Human Waste in the Realms of Gut Health, Tracking of Epidemics, Carbon-Neutral Energy, Water Reclamation, and Food Production
Stuart Kelter interviews Bryn Nelson, a PhD microbiologist who changed course to become an award-winning science journalist. In addition to several years as a staff writer at Newsday, focusing on genetics, stem cell research, evolution, ecology, and conservation, he has written for dozens of other news outlets as well, including the New York Times, Nature, and the BMJ, among others. His writing has garnered nearly a dozen awards for pieces on health, medicine, and ecology. His recently published book, Flush: The Remarkable Science of an Unlikely Treasure is the subject of today’s interview.
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