Tatyana Woodall is a freelance science journalist passionate about cosmic happenings, fantastic technologies, and battling gross invasions of privacy. In addition to Inverse, her work has appeared in Popular Science, VICE, and The Daily Beast, among others. She also briefly took over MIT Technology Review’s space newsletter The Airlock.
When Tatyana isn't writing about alien worlds and how humans might cope with life in space, she enjoys traveling, listening to strange sci-fi podcasts, and lending her voice to various audio projects. She received her B.A. in Journalism from The Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio, where she still lives.
Before Humanity Can Conquer the Stars, We Need to Deal With One Painfully Human Problem
Keeping astronauts mentally grounded during long-term spaceflight is a tall order — one that could make or break our galactic travels.
These Next-Generation Vaccines Could Upend Cancer Treatment As We Know It
New mRNA technology is ushering in a new era of combatting cancer.
To Live on Mars, Human Architecture Has to Combine Science and Sci-Fi
Human habitats on other planets could be as striking as it could be weird.
Can Self-Driving Ships Revolutionize Water Travel And Fix Supply Chains?
Cars aren’t the only vehicles set to have minds of their own.
Nuclear Power Could Usher in an Atomic Era of Space Exploration
Could nuclear power usher in an atomic era of space exploration?
The Final Frontier of Human Sexuality May Be in Space
Can love survive in the cosmic void? And if so, should it?