About Fenella Saunders
Fenella Saunders is a senior editor for American Scientist, the magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. She was previously a science writer/editor for New York University School of Medicine's publications office and associate editor of their magazine, NYU Physician. Additionally, she spent eight years at Discover magazine, where she was an associate editor and online editor. A co-author of Popular Science's Space 2100: To Mars and Beyond in the Century to Come (Time Inc., 2003), she has also freelanced for Popular Mechanics, Scholastic, The Learning Channel and The Discovery Channel. She received an A.B. degree in computer science from Duke University and a Master's degree in psychology and animal behavior from Hunter College of the City University of New York, and was selected as a fellow for the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship’s “Nano: The Newest Technologies” workshop at MIT in 2009.
- Occupation: senior editor
- Organization: American Scientist
- Location: Durham, NC 27709 USA
- Website: http://www.americanscientist.org/
- Twitter: AmSciMag
- Was accepted for Jun 13-18 2010 Multimedia Training.
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- Head Over Heels Gymnastics and Circus Arts
- Head Over Heels is a non-profit athletic arts facility. Children are encouraged to explore gymnastics, dance and circus arts.