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Dave Mosher

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Science and Technology Correspondent — Business Insider
As seen in: Business Insider, Yahoo, The Independent, WIRED, SFGate, MSN, Popular Science, Inc. and 83 more
Covers:  space, spaceflight, astronomy, astrophysics, planetary science, physics, cosmology, nuclear energy, engineering, biotechnology, technology, science, environment, animals, biology, chemistry

Baby daddy. Journalist. Science & tech correspondent at @businessinsider. @healthnewsrevu-er. Previously: @PopSci / @Wired. Gaffes = mine. RT = 🤔 Dogs = best

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Biography

Dave is a science and technology correspondent at Business Insider and a multimedia journalist who is obsessed with chasing down fascinating and important stories in space, physics, engineering, biology, and more.

He has contributed to outlets like WIRED, Scientific American, Popular Mechanics, D...

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@DaveMosher — 19,432 followers, 1,921 tweets

Jul 26, 2017

.@realDonaldTrump will you meet with Kristin Beck, a transgender Navy SEAL veteran, to explain why she isn't worthy?  http://www.businessinsider.com/kristin-beck-trump-transgender-ban-2017-7 

Jul 26, 2017

RT @attackerman: Aaron Belkin of Palm Center re trans service ban: "president is returning us to Don't Ask Don't Tell on the basis of data…

Jul 25, 2017

"In a Washington moment for the ages, Sen. John McCain claimed the role of an aging lion to risk harming tens of millions for rich people" https://t.co/9QQKereIaS

Jul 25, 2017

@jetjocko @laurahelmuth Just had a reader tell me Apollo 11 was 38 years ago, not 48 years. I did the math for him:…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/890016893796577280 

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Space.com, where the editors almost immediately launched me to Cape Canaveral and Houston to cover NASA's space shuttle program.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

My grandfather's Underwood is within 10 feet of me. But that wasn't the one with which I typed out emo song lyrics in high school.

How is social media changing news?

Social media is faster and livelier, but wrong more often than traditional news. Old-school reporting is more important now than ever before.