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Eva Amsen is a writer and science communicator, focused on the common ground between science and the arts. She runs a quarterly newsletter highlighting collaborations and overlap between scientists and musicians. Eva has written about science in culture and society for Nautilus, The Scientist, Spacing Magazine and other places — including the science blog she has maintained since her days as a PhD student in Toronto. Eva also works in the area of scientific community management and engagement. After six years at publishing companies, she is now Scientific Engagement Manager for the Transforming Genetic Medicine Initiative, based at the Institute of Cancer Research in London.


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