Inés Gutiérrez is a biology student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, intending to graduate by November 2017. She has done freelance science writing for the award-winning Mexican science magazine Ciencias. She hopes to work in science communication for several years before pursuing a Master’s degree abroad in either octopus ecology or science journalism. She also publishes an artistic project that involves images she films through different types of microscopes.
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“Fall In Love with The Problem”: A Field Trip to X, Google’s Inventive SiblingText and photos by Inés Gutiérrez SAN FRANCISCO—When I woke up on the cloudy morning of 30 October, I thought to myself, “Today I get to look inside X, the secretive innovation lab.” It was field trip day at the World Conference of Science Journalists 2017, and a group of us headed south toward the... Read More
The Future Needs Funding: The Persistent Struggles of Digital Science MagazinesBy Inés Gutierrez SAN FRANCISCO—For quite some time, the words “the future is now” have been chasing us. Our collective imagination envisions a tomorrow filled with holograms, interactive media and 3D images. But when we look around, we realize that day may not come soon. However, one thing has visibly changed: digital content is more... Read More