Anna Blaustein

 Science Journalist and Communications Consultant 

Instructions for Living a Life.

Pay attention.

Be astonished.

Tell about it.

-Mary Oliver

Tropical Leaves
See the Highest-Resolution Atomic Image Ever Captured. Scientific American, print and online.


My name is Anna, and I'm a science journalist and communications consultant. I studied biology at Bowdoin College and have an M.S. in science writing from MIT. As a journalist, I write about a host of topics including energy policy, particle physics, and artificial intelligence. As a science communications consultant, I manage complex projects for major family foundations, universities, and nonprofits. I was previously a science writer on the heliophysics team at NASA.

When I'm not writing (and sometimes even when I am), you can find me on the road, trails, or farther off the beaten path. I bicycled from Canada to Mexico on the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route and am working on a collection of essays about the journey and what it revealed about the American West. A Wilderness First Responder and experienced trip leader, I love bike touring, backpacking, and swimming in cold water.

Please reach out if you'd like to work together!