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Seth Borenstein

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Washington DC
Science Writer — Associated Press
As seen in: Associated Press, Yahoo, Bloomberg Businessweek, ABC News, Washington Post, MSNBC, Time Magazine, Chicago Tribune and 927 more
Covers:  robotics, science, environment, astronomy, deep ocean, disasters, tornadoes, risk, meteorlogy, hurricanes, animal cognition, climate change, human spaceflight
Doesn't Cover: business changes, book reviews, celebrities

Associated Press science writer. sborenstein@ap.org. I cover Earth & other sciences, disasters & more. Dad, BoSox fan. Teach at NYU/DC ap.org/tips/

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Cover science on national and international basis reporting to New York headquarters. Write enterprise and breaking science stories, responsible for coverage of three science journals. Cover climate change, disasters, BP oil spill, NASA, NOAA, astronomy, Earth sciences, archeology, psychology, me...

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@borenbears — 10,646 followers, 5,551 tweets

May 22, 2017

Space sperm succeeds. Healthy mice grow from freeze-dried sperm launched to Intl Space Station & returned; https://t.co/IEshRUtP5d https://t.co/kPTILahYmB

May 18, 2017

RT @AP: The Latest: Lawyer says fired National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will not answer subpoena for documents.  http://apne.ws/2qW83nh 

May 17, 2017

@Cirolle @APHealthScience Change in location, not abundance; this is just 1 of many global warming effects also rising seas, more extreme weather, melting ice etc

May 17, 2017

@Cirolle @APHealthScience Not sure shifting tree concentrations is "positive" or for that matter "negative." It just is.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

The now defunction Belmont Citizen

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes; I'm old enough

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Brian Keyes from Tourist Season