Sean Greene is an intern for KQED Science. He is a proud alumnus of UCLA (2011) and the Daily Bruin and is now a student at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Before moving to the Bay Area, he freelanced for the Ventura County Star and The Orange County Register. Each story is an adventure, and the best ones are those that get him outside and exploring new places.
All Contributions by Sean:
Get to know some of the microbes that may be in your gut.Post on May 03, 2013
Combining 3D printing technology with the convenience and accessibility of the DVD-dispensing Redbox service, student entrepreneurs at UC Berkeley have built a vending machine with a seemingly infinite selection of products.Post on Mar 26, 2013
The building blocks of life on Earth may have originated in space.Post on Mar 08, 2013
At one time, squishy invertebrates constituted most of the animal life on Earth, but about half a billion years ago, something remarkable happened: an evolutionary explosion known as the Cambrian Period.Post on Feb 21, 2013