LatinAmericanScience.org is a resource for journalists, scientists, policymakers and the general public meant to shed light on the scientific research carried out in Latin America. We publish articles written (mostly) by scientists for the public. LatinAmericanScience.org’s editor and founder, Aleszu Bajak, works with every collaborator to help hone their argument, amplify their scope, and contextualize their research.
Aleszu Bajak is a science journalist who has worked as a producer for National Public Radio’s Science Friday and as a lab technician in gene therapy and marine biology laboratories. He grew up in Bogotá, Colombia and has lived in Lima, Buenos Aires and Santiago. He recently completed a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT. He is currently teaching journalism at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. His writing can be found at aleszu.com.
More information about the LatAmSci team can be found here.