Freelance science journalist (Canada)

Alison Motluk

Alison Motluk has been a science journalist for two decades. Her work has appeared regularly in New Scientist, The Economist, The Globe and Mail, Hazlitt, The Walrus, Canadian Medical Association Journal, and on CBC radio. Over the years, she's covered animal behaviour, neuroscience, and, more recently, assisted reproduction and its fallout. She has won several awards for her work, including a National Magazine Award for a story on why Canada dropped out of the medical isotope business after building two spanking new reactors to produce twice the world demand. She is currently experimenting with a newsletter, HeyReprotech.

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