Shoshannah Buxbaum is a producer for Science Friday. She’s particularly drawn to stories about health, psychology, and the environment.
Prior to joining Science Friday, she guest-hosted Utah Public Radio’s weekly science and research show, UnDisciplined. She started her career in television at New Jersey’s PBS Station, where she produced daily news segments and the station’s weekly public affairs shows. She holds a master’s degree from CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, with a health and science reporting concentration and audio specialization.
She’s a proud New Jersey native and will happily share her opinions on why the state is deserving of a little more love. When she’s not at work, you can find her hiking in the woods or experimenting with a new soup recipe.
For the first time, wind and solar generated more energy in the European Union than any other power source.
Road salt washes into the Mississippi River, harming ecosystems, seeping into groundwater, and corroding water pipes.
A new study assesses the vast trove of research into the causes and best treatments for long COVID patients.
A recent study reveals that bats are able to extend their vocal range to seven octaves, which may prove useful for social communication.
With new variants emerging, researchers are working to develop new bulwarks against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
New genomic research reveals ancient peoples didn’t just travel from Asia to North America; they likely journeyed back too.
This chemist has been turning corn husks and orange peels into activated carbon filters to remove pollutants from water.