From 2005 to 2012, Lin was a digital editor at The New York Times, where he managed the online science and national news sections, co-founded and edited the Scientist at Work blog, created the Profiles in Science video series, produced the Science Times podcast, and wrote about science, tennis and technology. His writing has also appeared in Quanta Magazine, The New Yorker, Tennis Magazine, Wired and other publications. Lin graduated from Cornell University as a College Scholar and a Dean’s Scholar studying physics and literature, received a master’s in teaching from Oregon State University, completed a Writers’ Institute fellowship at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center, has taught at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, and has served on the board of the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing.
About Quanta: Poynter | Psychology Today | Undark Magazine | Publishers Weekly
Podcast/Radio: Bloomberg Radio | The MIT Press Podcast
Video/TV: Quanta Panel Discussion | Steven Strogatz Interview | SciTechNow (PBS) episodes on Universality and Quantum Gravity