Jen Pinkowski

Jen Pinkowski is senior science editor of Previously, Jen reported about not one but two underground cities in Turkey, discovered Bronze Age artifacts in the Mediterranean, profiled Thailand's lone mosquito taxonomist, petted baby dinosaur skin in Utah, tracked frog-eating bats in the Panamanian jungle with night-vision goggles, and flew a plane near Istanbul when she really, really shouldn't have. She lives in Brooklyn with her awesome kid.
Archaeologists Unearth 3700-Year-Old Wall in Poland
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Amazing Discovery: We Have a New Human Relative
This May Be One of the Earliest Koranic Texts in the World
Greek Archaeologists Unearth 'Palace' Near Sparta
What is Trypophobia? And Is It Real?
The Science Behind Antarctica's Blood Falls
15 Neologisms From 'That Should Be a Word'
500 Years of Cave Writings Document Devastating Droughts in China
The Perseid Meteor Shower Will Be Spectacular Wednesday Night
Are These the Oldest Petroglyphs in Siberia?
Archaeologists Discover Ancient Ritual Bath at a Kindergarten Construction Site
Archaeologists Rescue Huge Iron Age Cemetery from Road Project
70 Years Later, U.S.S. Indianapolis Vets Recall Surviving Shark-Infested Waters
Neurotic People May Be More Likely to See Faces in Objects
The First Close-Up Image of Pluto Is Here
In 5 Days, We'll See Pluto Up Close for the First Time in History
Explore 30,000 Years of African Rock Art
What Did I Just Watch? Ferrofluids Explained
Kennewick Man's DNA Solves Scientific Controversy
15 Pharaonic Objects Buried in Tut's Tomb
Scientists Find Blood Cells in 75-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Bones
Meet This Bizarre and Mysterious Ribbon Worm


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