Lillian Steenblik Hwang

Web Producer

Lillian Steenblik Hwang is the web producer for Science News for Students. Lillian's family has a long love for Science News; a magazine she grew up reading and that covered some of her father's inventions. Her father's spiral solar cooker appeared on the cover of the March 28, 1981 issue, in a story penned by Janet Raloff. Lillian was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia.  Lillian has a B.S. in biology (and a minor in chemistry) from Georgia State University and an M.S. in science journalism from Boston University. As a science journalist she has worked in a wide variety of roles in both digital and print media. Lillian loves devouring books, cooking, playing video games, knitting, trying to limit herself to a reasonable number of hobbies, and going on adventures with her husband and daughter.

All Stories by Lillian Steenblik Hwang

  1. Health & Medicine

    Analyze This! Mosquito repellents that work

    Spray-on repellents are generally the best at keeping those blood suckers from making you their next meal, new data show.

  2. Animals

    Analyze This: A massive annual insect migration

    A study of seasonal insect migration gave some surprising results.

  3. Brain

    Analyze This: Sleep patterns vary widely across the world

    Data on four very different groups of people show that sleep patterns vary based on the local environment, the culture and daily schedules.

  4. Health & Medicine

    Analyze This: Real data on lead levels in school drinking water

    The metallic element lead can be toxic if ingested. To keep students safe, many schools now test their water. Some have found dangerously high levels.

  5. Planets

    Analyze This: The masses of planets

    Scientists discovered a solar system with planets that are similar in size and mass to Earth. Using data, we take a closer look at that similarity.

  6. Health & Medicine

    Analyze This: Zika and microcephaly

    Data from pregnant women with Zika in Colombia helped scientists probe whether Zika causes birth defects.