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Greg Miller

Greg Miller is a science and technology journalist based in Portland, Oregon. Previously he was a senior writer at Wired and a staff writer at Science. Miller writes about neuroscience and other areas of biological, behavioral, and social science, and he’s especially interested in stories about how emerging science and technology are challenging our social, ethical, and legal conventions.

Miller has also always had a thing for maps. He co-founded the cartography blog Map Lab at Wired with Betsy Mason, and the two of them now co-author the National Geographic blog All Over the Map. (See older posts here.)

Miller has won several honors for his work, including a share of the Magazine Journalism Award from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine in 2013 in recognition of a special issue of Science devoted to research on human conflict. Miller's article examined how unmanned drones are changing the psychology of warfare.

Miller is also a former Rosalynn Carter Fellow for Mental Health Journalism, and he has traveled to Sri Lanka, India, China, and Indonesia to report on the challenges of treating mental illness in developing countries and on cultural differences in psychiatry.

Before becoming a journalist, Miller earned a Ph.D. in neuroscience at Stanford University and completed the graduate science writing program at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

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