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Nina Morgan

 

Nina Morgan

Nina Morgan

Nina Morgan, PhD., is a science writer, editor and broadcaster.

Her writing credits past and present include work for the Finnish Technology Development Agency; the BOC Group, where she edited their technology magazine BOC Technology and produced an on-line newsletter for the Controlled Atmospheres (CAT) Group; The Royal Society of Chemistry and the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, where she worked as editor and journalist on a new chemistry magazine, The European Chemist; the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), where she produced articles for their external magazines and annual reports; UKAEA Culham, where she produced technology brochures; and the forensic science company, Forensic Alliance, where she produced a quarterly newsletter. She currently manages the technical communications for the Oxford Catalysts Group.

Nina has written for a wide variety of science and technology journals including The New Scientist, The Chemical Engineer, Opto Laser Europe, Chemistry in Britain, Chemistry and Industry, The Petroleum Economist, Technical Textiles and the BP company magazines, BP Frontiers and the BP Magazine. She also writes a column for Geoscientist, the monthly magazine of the Geological Society of London, as well as science and technology books for children.

Broadcasting experience includes science broadcasts on the BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4 and Radio Netherlands.

Recent books range from children's biographies of scientists, children's books about plants and the human life cycle, lasers, nuclear power, rivers, and seas and oceans. Her latest publications include The First Book of Science (OUP) and contributions to two children's encyclopaedias.

Her work with Orlando Media includes developing interactive science content for education and working with Orlando colleagues to organise photo shoots, illustrations and display banners for science and technology-based companies.