Victor K. McElheny

writer

Victor K. McElheny is a distinguished science writer whose work has appeared in The Charlotte Observer, Science magazine, The Boston Globe and The New York Times, reporting on such topics as science in Antarctica and Europe, the Apollo lunar landing program and the green revolution in Asia. At The Times during the 1970s, he founded one of the first technology columns in American newspapers. In 1983 he helped found the Knight Science Journalism Fellowships at MIT. His previous books are Insisting on the Impossible: The Life of Edwin Land and Watson and DNA: Making a Scientific Revolution.

Victor K. McElheny is a distinguished science writer whose work has appeared in The Charlotte Observer, Science magazine, The Boston Globe and The New York Times, reporting on such topics as science in Antarctica and Europe, the Apollo lunar landing program and the green revolution in Asia. At The Times during the 1970s, he founded one of the first technology columns in American newspapers. In 1983 he helped found the Knight Science Journalism Fellowships at MIT. His previous books are Insisting on the Impossible: The Life of Edwin Land and Watson and DNA: Making a Scientific Revolution.

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