About Elizabeth Weise
WEISE, ELIZABETH covers science for USA Today, where she was worked since 1997. Based in San Francisco, she covers a variety of topics including but not limited to biotechnology, agriculture, food safety, stem cells and cloning. She was a John S. Knight Professional Journalism Fellow at Stanford University from 2001-2002. Weise previously covered the Internet and high tech for USA Today and before that was the national cyberspace writer for The Associated Press. Weise began her journalism career as a reporter for KUOW, Seattle's National Public Radio affiliate. She attended the University of Lund in Sweden and is a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle, where she majored in Swedish and minored in Chinese.
- Was accepted for Dec 10-15 2006 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Elizabeth Weise (includes contributory writing):
- Stick like a Gecko
- Using gecko feet as their guide, UC Berkeley scientists are developing new adhesive fibers that will allow new products for the future.