Jen Pinkowski

Jen Pinkowski is senior science editor of Previously, Jen reported about not one but two underground cities in Turkey, discovered Bronze Age artifacts in the Mediterranean, profiled Thailand's lone mosquito taxonomist, petted baby dinosaur skin in Utah, tracked frog-eating bats in the Panamanian jungle with night-vision goggles, and flew a plane near Istanbul when she really, really shouldn't have. She lives in Brooklyn with her awesome kid.
12 Gifts for the Traveler in Your Life
Voyager 1's Back Thrusters Just Fired Up for the First Time in 37 Years
You Can Now Get Your Own Copy of the Voyager 'Golden Record'
11 Savvy Gifts for the Runner in Your Life
10 Award-Winning Optical Illusions and Brain Puzzles
More Cheetahs Have Been Born in Oregon Than Anywhere Else Outside of Africa
This Soft Artificial Heart May One Day Shorten the Heart Transplant List
Egyptian Archaeologists Discover 3500-Year-Old Tomb of Goldsmith to the Pharaohs
Puzzling Human Relative Homo Naledi May Have Lived at the Same Time as Our Ancestors
The Human Who Teaches Orphan Sloths How to Be Wild Animals
Archaeologists Need Your Help to Study 100+ Graves in Philadelphia
Astronomers Find Seven 'Earth-Like' Planets Orbiting a Cool Star
How a Robotic Exoskeleton Is Helping a Paralyzed Acrobat Walk Again
13 Secrets of Forensic Entomologists
St. Nick's Real Hometown Is an Ancient City in Turkey Entombed in Mud
RIP Monster, the Beloved Sloth Who Inspired a Scientist
16 Lovely Photos of the 2016 Perseid Meteor Shower Peak
Canadian Coast Guard Nets a Shipwreck Near Nova Scotia
15 Ancient Cities You Can Visit
Watch a Live Webcast of SpaceX Launching Another Falcon 9 Rocket
Archaeologists Unearth More of a Massive Underground City
Scientists Genetically Engineer Autistic Monkeys
The 400-Year-Old Hearts Within These Urns Had Heart Disease
60 Years Ago Today, Rosa Parks Refused to Move to the Back of the Bus
Scientists Pinpoint Where Happiness Lives in the Brain
Last 50 Chimps in NIH–Funded Research to Be Freed
Scientists Discover 5400-MPH Winds on an Exoplanet
Scientists Discover a Rare Genome in an Incan Child Mummy
Archaeologists Unearth Roman Syrian Mosaic in Turkey
'Northern Lights' on Mars and Other New Findings About the Red Planet
See Saturn's Moon Enceladus From Just 30 Miles Up
12 Berserk Facts About the Lewis Chessmen
Scientists Discover Oxygen in a Comet
Tracing the Evolution of the Human Brain Through Casts of the Inner Skull
Eye of a Honeybee Wins Microscope Photography Competition
Homo Naledi's Bones Were Made For Walking … and Climbing
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Awarded for Drugs that Fight Parasitic Diseases
There's Liquid Water on Mars
Archaeologists Discover Tomb in Pompeii Predating Vesuvius Eruption by 400 Years
Archaeologists Unearth 3700-Year-Old Wall in Poland
2015 Ig Nobel Prize Winners Announced, Chicken With Stick Tied to Its Rump Rejoices
15 Explosive Facts About Volcanoes
Why Do I Breathe Air?
Love Ancient Ruins? Play ArchaeoMadness
Why Is Spicy Food Spicy?
Latest Images from Pluto: 'It's Complicated,' Says NASA
Amazing Discovery: We Have a New Human Relative
Why Do I Get Bruises?
Why is the Sky Blue?
Why Do I Have to Go to Sleep?


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