Tracy Staedter, Senior Producer at Seeker, has more than 25 years of experience as a science journalist. Before joining Seeker, she was the managing editor of MIT Technology Review and before that, managing editor of Scientific American Explorations. Tracy has written for Fast Company, Slate, Astronomy and Earth and authored the children's science book, Rocks and Minerals, part of the Reader's Digest Pathfinders series. In 2013 she founded the Boston-based writing workshop Fresh Pond Writers.
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