Hi, I'm Emily
I tell science stories.
Emily Greenhalgh is a marine biologist-turned-science communicator at the New England Aquarium's applied research center—the Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life.
Emily has nearly a decade of science writing experience behind her, a master's in Science Journalism from Boston University, and a bachelor's degree in marine biology from the University of Rhode Island. She has worked on commercial fishing boats, for federal and nonprofit institutions, and has led multiple cross-agency social media efforts. She also thinks you should know that both "octopi" and "octopuses" are technically correct.
She loves discovering what makes research exciting, turning complex science into easy-to-understand stories, and helping scientists share their passions.