Science Journalism

Northwest Science & Technology Magazine

Cover stories on photonics research and alternative energy

Northwest Science & Technology magazine highlights news in the Pacific Northwest. With a circulation of 30,000, it was a print magazine for six years before converting to a web format in 2005. Marita Graube worked as a staff writer and editorial assistant to create a range of pieces covering the work of Northwest scientists and engineers.

Photonics Powerhouse (pdf)
Deedee Meldrum and the "Life-on-a-Chip" Center (pdf)
PATH Technologies Tackle Global Health Problems (pdf)
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