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Advanced Science News highlights new and exciting developments from across a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines including healthcare, materials science, sustainability, nanotechnology, energy, and electronics.

We collaborate with scientists from around the world to provide an accessible platform for cutting-edge research.

Our site content is contributed by journal editors, editorial staff, and scientific researchers.

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Meet our editorial team

Victoria Corless

Victoria Corless

Victoria joined the Advanced Science News team after completing her Ph.D. in organic chemistry at the University of Toronto.

She has a diverse background in chemistry, working in a number of labs through her undergraduate co-op program, and has previously worked as a freelance science and medical writer. She is passionate about science and is an avid reader and dog lover.

Kieran O'Brien

Kieran O'Brien

Kieran received his B.Sc. in chemistry from the University of Huddersfield, UK.

He joined Wiley and the Advanced Science News team after obtaining his Ph.D. in computational chemistry from the University of Manchester, UK. When not writing science news, he likes to draw, paint, and write short stories.

Aaron Brown

Aaron Brown

Aaron studied chemistry at the University of Melbourne, before moving to Germany for an industrial post-doc.

In Melbourne, he ran a chemistry outreach project, giving demonstrations and running labs for school students. When he’s not making video abstracts or writing for Advanced Science News, he can be found swing dancing or hiking in the mountains.

Kevin Hurler

Kevin Hurler

Kevin received his Bachelor’s degree in physics and environmental studies from The College of New Jersey.

While working on his Master’s in geology at the University of South Carolina, he realized his love for science writing and communication. As a writer, he has contributed to The Digest and Geobites, covering a wide range of geology and environmental topics.