Georgina Torbet is a freelance science reporter who covers space science and technology. Her writing has appeared on The Verge, Inverse, Digital Trends, and Engadget.
Georgina is based in Berlin, Germany. Before becoming a journalist, Georgina completed a Ph.D. in Psychology and has master’s degrees in Neuroscience and Philosophy.
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