I am a freelance science journalist with more than 15 years of experience as a reporter and editor. I was the chief news editor at Nature magazine for more than four years, and editor of Chemistry World magazine for two years. Before that I was a news reporter at Nature, covering the physical sciences beat.READ MORE →
- 17 May 2022
Latest study on droplets spontaneously forming hydrogen peroxide tackles ozone contamination questions.
- 29 April 2022
Nickel catalyst helps greenhouse gas prove its worth as a chemical reagent.
- 25 April 2022
C60 acts as electron reservoir for copper catalyst, improving production of ethylene glycol from CO.
- 01 April 2022
Companies are scrambling to turn the greenhouse gas into useful products — but will that slow climate change?
- 10 March 2022
Urgent research to bolster disease defences demands equitable responsibility and ownership between partners.
- 17 May 2022
TESTIMONIALS“As an editor and reporter, Mark Peplow is fast, accurate, and versatile. He covers science policy and pure research with equal passion, and his writing combines a scientist’s precision with a journalist’s verve.” Tim Appenzeller
Former Chief Magazine Editor at Nature, now News Editor at Science
"Mark guided me through some of the most challenging stories I've written. These are pieces I might not have attempted were it not for his steady editorial hand." Linda Nordling
Freelance Journalist, South Africa
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Freelance Science Writer