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Pitching public radio interviews to Science Friday, All Things Considered, Fresh Air, and local NPR affiliate stations across the US Pitching podcast interviews and features to RadioLab, Science Nation, How on Earth, and Big Picture Science as well as other podcasts. Features and reviews targeting Science publications including Nature, Sierra, and Smithsonian Review coverage in major daily newspapers Review coverage targeting science blogs

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Britt Wray is a radio broadcaster and writer and has worked as a host and producer on programs for CBC Radio. She holds a BSc in Biology and is a PhD candidate in Science Communication with a Focus on Synthetic Biology at the University of Copenhagen.George Church is Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical school, where his lab is trying to create a woolly mammoth-like species using gene editing techniques. He is the author of Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature and Ourselves and was recently named one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People for his contributions to genetic research.

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"Rise of the Necrofauna is a captivating whirlwind tour through the birth and early life of the scientific idea known as "de-extinction." A combination of informative storytelling and personal journey, the book explores the principles of ethics and morality that guide both the proponents and critics of the idea, deciding in the end that both sides are probably right. "--Beth Shapiro, author of How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-Extinction-- (05/01/2017)
"De-extinction is so hot a topic it sizzles. Science writer Britt Wray braves the heat for a neat overview of the science and its ethical and environmental implications."--Nature-- (10/01/2017)
"Wray does a tremendous job of navigating the technicalities and controversies. The result is a triumph of clear thinking as gripping as any blockbuster." --BBC Wildlife Magazine-- (10/01/2017)

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