Mallory Locklear

Science writer

Mallory Locklear received her Ph.D. in neuroscience from Stony Brook University, United States, in 2014. She is a freelance science writer whose work has appeared in a number of publications including Discover Magazine, New Scientist, and Ars Technica.


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andrew_t8, Pixabay.com, CC0 1.0
Laurie Sullivan, flickr.com, CC BY-SA 2.0
Lars Plougmann, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Christina Kessler, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
James St. John, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Mojpe, pixabay.com, CC0 1.0
Jordan Cameron, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Pexels, pixabay.com, CC0 1.0
Podcast
Brad Flicking, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Story Collider podcast
Robin Zebrowski, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
kaboompics, pixabay.com, CC0 1.0
Alberto G., flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
TIBIT, pixabay.com, CC0 1.0
Headphones
Jon Nicholls, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Brad Flickinger, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Headphones
Headphones
Mallory Locklear / 9 December 2016
Marc Kjerland, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
João Trindade, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Germán Poo-Caamaño, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Philippe Put, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Illustration: Mrzyk & Moriceau for BOLD
JD, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Tom Martin, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0
Idaho National Laboratory, flickr.com, CC BY 2.0

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