Joshua Howgego is a features editor at New Scientist, the world’s leading science and technology magazine, with 5.2 million weekly readers in print and online. He commissions, edits and occasionally writes features for the magazine’s award-winning features section. He covers a wide range of subjects including space, physics, the environment, technology and archaeology.
Josh originally trained in chemistry and obtained his PhD at the University of Bristol. From there, he moved into journalism, via a scholarship to study science communication at Imperial College London. He previously worked at SciDev.Net, a media organisation that covers the intersection of science and global development, and wrote for several other magazines including Times Higher Education and Nature.
Josh lives in London with his family and is working on his first book.