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Acclaimed New York Times science writer Carl Zimmer investigates what current science has to say on the most fundamental of questions: what is life? What does it mean to be alive?
Carl Zimmer writes the Matter column for the New York Times and has frequently contributed to the Atlantic , National Geographic , Time , and Scientific American . He has won the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Science Journalism Award three times, among a host of other awards and fellowships. He teaches science writing at Yale, has been a guest on NPR's RadioLab , Science Friday , and Fresh Air , and maintains an international speaking schedule. He is the author of thirteen books about science, including She Has Her Mother's Laugh , which was shortlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize in 2018.