We're wrapping up another week by featuring Eoin O'Carroll, Online News Editor with the venerated Christian Science Monitor. As part of the Monitor's online editorial team, O'Carroll helps guide their Web strategy, coaches other journalists in online media, and writes and edits science and technology stories. On the science beat, he also covers everything from psychology to artificial intelligence to gadgetry to quantum physics. That's some heavy-lifting reporting.
Along his path to the Monitor, Eoin earned his Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Wesleyan University and a Master of Science in journalism from Boston University’s College of Communication. Before joining the Monitor in 2005, Eoin worked as a travel columnist, a restaurant critic, and an ESL teacher.
We recommend you stop by his portfolio and check out some of his work, which features scintillating scientific headlines that are sure to tantalize. We recommend you start with "What is it like to be Schrödinger's cat?" or "Why dark matter may not be so dark after all."