Children can be many things. Joyful, energetic and exasperating. Curious, playful and sad. For P.J. Lukac, who is [Read More]
I'm a science writer in Nashville, Tennessee, who usually covers math, physics, astronomy and cancer research, and I work from a converted office shed in my backyard. I also teach an undergraduate class in science communication at Vanderbilt University.
My work has appeared in Scientific American, Discover, New Scientist, onEarth and Science News for Students. I've received a AAAS/Kavli science journalism award, and my work has been recognized by awards from the Association of Health Care Journalists and the American Society of Journalists and Authors. I'm also a contributor and fact-checker for AACR's Cancer Today magazine.