Hi! I'm Jane.
I’m a Seattle-based science journalist who has reported on everything from Neanderthal poop to space law. My work appears regularly in Slate's Future Tense, and my writing has appeared in publications like WIRED, High Country News, National Geographic, Smithsonian, Scientific American, Outside, and The Atlantic.
When I’m away from my laptop, you'll find me backpacking, climbing, running, biking around town, or at the latest Northwest Science Writers' event, where I serve as president.
Want me to write, edit, or fact check something for you? Have a story tip to share? Organizing an event you'd like me to speak at? Giving away a bottle of 23 year old Pappy Van Winkle? I’d love to hear from you! Email me at janehu [at] nasw [dot] org, or tweet at @jane_c_hu. You can also read about my other work here.
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