Danielle Sedbrook is freelance science writer living in German farm country. She covers all things related to science and nature, with a special interest in space, the origin of life, and ecology. Her work has appeared in New Scientist and Smithsonianmag.com, among other venues, and she is a member of the National Association of Science Writers. She also writes narrative nonfiction and edits academic articles for scientists.
Born and raised in Colorado, Danielle has a PhD in chemistry from Columbia University. Before moving to Germany she taught organic chemistry lab and lecture at Columbia.
Scientists are tantalizingly close to a ground-breaking gravity discovery
Scientists are trying to detect a gravitational wave background signal, a kind of static generated by all the gravitational waves emanating from binary supermassive black holes.
107 years later, scientists have vindicated one of Einstein’s most remarkable theories
It’s never too late!
Scientists managed to take pure energy and create matter — and new physics
“We wanted to take light and convert it into matter.” Wish fulfilled.
Physicists are finally ready to test a key Einstein theory
“Relativity has been tested over and over. It’s been holding true. Quantum mechanics has been tested over and over and has been holding true.”
Hubble catches a cosmic optical illusion predicted by Einstein 86 years ago
Gravitational lensing is a key predictor of general relativity.