Liz LandauElizabeth Landau is an award-winning journalist and science communicator. Currently, she lives in Washington, D.C.   She is a contributor to the New York Times, Washington Post, WIRED, Smithsonian, Scientific American, Quanta, and other publications. As a contractor, she serves as a Senior Communications Specialist at NASA Headquarters, where she produces and edits podcasts, videos, and website articles.   Recent writing (click through for articles):  


Smithsonian Scientific American

Liz often speaks about science for the general public. Here is her talk at SXSW 2023:

A lifelong nerd, Liz is interested in astronomy, particle physics, Alzheimer’s disease, archaeology, allergies, math, and, of course, the number pi. Liz holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Princeton University (magna cum laude) and a master’s in journalism from Columbia University. In her spare time, Liz enjoys songwriting and playing keyboard. She was a musical accompanist at Relapse Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, until 2013, and did improv comedy there in the show “Ultimate Improv Challenge.” More recently she has performed her original science comedy songs at conferences and bars in multiple states.

La escritora también habla español y le interesa mucho conectarse con una audiencia hispanohablante. Apareció en Univision en octubre 2023.