Carolyn Gramling

Earth & Climate Writer, Science News

Carolyn is the Earth & Climate writer at Science News. Previously she worked at Science magazine for six years, both as a reporter covering paleontology and polar science and as the editor of the news in brief section. Before that she was a reporter and editor at EARTH magazine. She has bachelor’s degrees in Geology and European History and a Ph.D. in marine geochemistry from MIT and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She’s also a former Science News intern.

All Stories by Carolyn Gramling

  1. Environment

    Tropics may now emit more carbon dioxide than they absorb

    Analyses of satellite images suggest that degraded forests now release more carbon than they store.

  2. Climate

    Thawing mosses tell a climate change tale

    Plants long entombed beneath Canadian ice are now emerging. They’re telling a story of warming unprecedented in the history of human civilization.

  3. Chemistry

    Super-chilled imaging technique brings its developers the Nobel Prize in chemistry

    Three men who helped develop a super-high-resolution imaging technique for proteins, viruses and more received the 2017 Nobel Prize in chemistry.

  4. Humans

    A Long Trek to Asia

  5. Planets

    A Darker, Warmer Red Planet

  6. Animals

    Crocodile hearts

  7. Tech

    Invisibility Ring

  8. Animals

    Mating slows down prairie dogs

  9. Earth

    The Pacific Ocean’s bald spot

  10. Space

    Dwarf planet discord