Freelance Science Journalist
Knvul Sheikh is a freelance science writer with a passion for health and environmental reporting. Her interests range from the mysteries of the brain to new drug developments, as well as green energy technology, ocean exploration and other general science topics. She has written for The Atlantic, Scientific American, National Geographic, Genome Magazine and more.
Knvul is currently based in New York City. But she has lived in the foothills of the Himalayas in Pakistan, swum in the tropical waters of Singapore, and backpacked across the South Island of New Zealand. She has a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology from the University of California, San Diego, and a master’s in journalism from NYU's Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program (SHERP). When not planning her next big trip, Knvul enjoys running and experimenting with green smoothies.
Knvul Sheikh - Scientific American - Neuroscience of Perception
Knvul Sheikh - Edible Brooklyn - Genetically Modifying Food
Knvul Sheikh - Vice News - Tonic - Flu Vaccine
Do You Hear What I Hear? Auditory Hallucinations Yield Clues to Perception
You Too Can Alter Your Food’s DNA at This Community Lab in Fort Greene
This Is How Scientists Decide What Goes In Your Flu Shot
Knvul Sheikh - The Atlantic - Neurogastronomy
Knvul Sheikh - Purist Magazine - Offshore Wind Energy
Knvul Sheikh - National Geographic - Feathered Dinosaurs
The Science That Could Make You Crave Broccoli More Than Chocolate
Oceanography: The Offshore Wind Energy Boom
Finally, You Can See Dinosaurs in All Their Feathered Glory