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Jude Isabella

Victoria, British Columbia
Editor-in-Chief, Hakai Magazine
Covers:  genetics, bears, environment, language, canada's west coast, salmon, herring, fisheries, climate change, archaeology, canadian science, indigenous issues, science for kids, ecology

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A journalist for over two decades, Jude Isabella has spent the bulk of her career as managing editor of YES Mag, a Canadian science magazine for kids. As a freelance writer, she has written for publications that include Nautilus, The Walrus, Archaeology Magazine, New Scientist, The Loh Down on Sc...

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@judeisabella — 1,719 followers, 711 tweets

Jul 27, 2017

RT @TrevorABranch: Plea from @JaneLubchenco: become bilingual in science jargon and also the language of laypeople…

Jul 27, 2017

RT @YAppelbaum: 1. John Urschel is working on his PhD at MIT. He read the new CTE study. Now, he’s leaving football:  http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/20170808 

Jul 27, 2017

RT @BikeBikeYYC: Innovations in urban transportation will look an awful lot like more bike lanes and walkable communities, not cars.…

Jul 26, 2017

Mmmmm, crab empanadas. A possibility with the Paoli One Step Deboner! Food scientists have all the fun.  https://www.hakaimagazine.com/article-short/green-crabs-are-officially-delicious 

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Newspaper reporter.

Have you ever used a typewriter?


How is social media changing news?

A lot more media reporting on the media. First major de-coupling of journalism from newspapers entirely. Opens up publishing to everyone.


Canadian Science Writers' Association Science in Society Awards

2014 - Science Journalism
A national science award for a magazine article about bears in British Columbia, Canada. More here: "The secret lives of bears, - See more at: http://bcmag.ca/blog/b-c-bears-story-wins-national-science-award#sthash.7bqZW3Gq.dpuf