An invention helps people with impaired vision see and read.
Bo Zhang | email@example.com | 5 posts
Bo Zhang comes from Guangzhou, China. She was brought up by two environmental scientists, so her curiosity for science and the environment is second nature to her. She received her bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Peking University in Beijing. Although she was trained to be either a mathematician or engineer, Bo’s love for writing and her wide-ranging science interests brought her to the Center for Science and Medical Journalism at Boston University. Rather than focusing on a particular scientific area, Bo writes about every neat thing about science – technology, environment, health, etc. During her graduate study, she discovered her new love – video and multimedia. She also worked as a production assistant at Boston Science Communications, Inc. There, she explored all the production and post-production elements of science documentary. Bo is currently interning at the NOVA/WGBH Science Unit. Outside the science realm, Bo is a great cook and a food-adventurer. She is not afraid to try something new. She lives in Allston, MA.
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