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David Levin

David Levin Editorial
Science Writer
I’m David Levin, a freelance science and technology journalist based in Boston. My current clients include Tufts University, Boston College, The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), Pellet Productions, and Humongous Media, among others. Prior to freelancing, I spent seven years as a web editor for NOVA, the PBS science series, creating audio, interactive, video, and text pieces on topics from string theory to sexual cannibalism (in spiders, of course). I’ve also worked extensively in the radio world, contributing to NPR’s All Things Considered, All Songs Considered (online), The Connection, PRI’s American Routes, and WGBH-FM. I have a music degree, and am not afraid to use it.