Cynthia Graber

Cynthia Graber

Cynthia Graber is an award-winning audio and print reporter whose work has been featured in venues including Orion, the New Yorker, Slate, NovaNext and many more, and on a variety of public radio shows and podcasts. She won the Kavli Science Journalism Award for an audio documentary, and her feature story on the role of bioelectricity in regeneration was awarded the International Physics Journalism award. She spent 2012-2013 as a Knight fellow at MIT and followed that with a UC Berkeley Food and Farming fellowship, overseen by Michael Pollan.

In 2014, Cynthia co-launched Gastropod, a podcast about the science and history of food. Within two years, the show won two major awards and is regularly featured on a variety of best-of lists (including Wired’s favorite scripted podcasts). Cynthia and her co-host performed their first live podcast show in 2016 at Boston’s Museum of Science. She also regularly teaches audio production and podcasting.



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