Amanda Hollenbeck

Editor, Writer

Editor & Writer

As an ambitious writer and editor with a passion for research, content management and content creation, I have experience in writing about a range of topics, including disease, health and wellness, climate change, bioscience technology, AI/robotics, medicine and more. I am also skilled in working with content management systems, newsletter curation and other editorial responsibilities.

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Article, Product Description, Social Copy, Website Copy, Press Release, Script, Blog Post, Email Newsletter
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William Paterson University, Bachelor's Degree
Rockaway, NJ USA|English
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Published Content

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laboratoryequipment.com
Article
NASA Twin Study Reveals Impact of Long-term Space Flight on the Human Body

NASA, 12 universities and 84 researchers revealed their molecular, physiological and behavioral analysis of what happens to the human body in space in the journal Science, as part of NASA’s Human Research Program.

April 15th, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Amanda Hollenbeck

Listed here is the link to my author page, which contains all of my written content on LaboratoryEquipment.com

April 1st, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Non-invasive ‘Marine Skin’ Engineered to Track Sea Animals at Unprecedented Depths

Now engineers from the King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) are challenging current tagging technology with their newly improved “Marine Skin."

April 30th, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Diversifying the Face of Research with Global Database of Women Scientists

During the U.S. academic year of 2016 to 2017, the National Center for Education Studies reported 225,979 women were awarded STEM degrees and certifications.

May 7th, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Roman-era Lead Mining May Have Caused Heavy Air Pollution

Over the last decade, extensive research has been conducted regarding air pollution and its hazards for the health of humans and the overall planet.

May 10th, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Pursuit of Starch May Have Altered Genes, Saliva in Mammals

Researchers reported that mammals may have genetically adapted to be able to eat more carbs and to have a more starchy diet.

May 22nd, 2019
mindkey.me
Blog Post
How to Silence Your Spending in the Social Media Age

By understanding how companies are marketing towards people on social media, it can be easier to control your spending.

April 16th, 2017
mindkey.me
Blog Post
Creativity: The Art of Happy

Overcoming vulnerability tends to become a focus on the end result, rather than the journey. However, it’s impossible to find happiness without being vulnerable enough to take chances to create that happiness.

March 28th, 2017
mindkey.me
Blog Post
Trees benefiting humanity–Bringing healing, hope and rain to India and the world

Trees are not simply an aesthetically pleasing aspect of warmer climates, or an ideal backdrop for an outdoor picnic. They benefit the environment, and our daily lives in many important ways.

March 27th, 2017
mindkey.me
Blog Post
Spending and your child: The effect of advertising on our youth

Research concluded that children who are eight years old or younger as especially vulnerable to advertising.

April 19th, 2017
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Reducing Reliance on Fossil Fuels through Food Waste

Environmental biotechnologists have developed a new technology that puts food waste to use in an effort to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.

May 28th, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
Article
Drug-resistant Bacteria Destroyed by Civil War Medicinal Plants

Researchers from Emory Health Sciences investigated the healing powers of plants used in a Civil War medicine guide.

May 24th, 2019
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Article
Smartphone App Can Help Detect Early Symptoms of Rare Disease

Kaunas University of Technology researchers have now developed a technology that can advance the early detection of Huntington's disease.

June 3rd, 2019
laboratoryequipment.com
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Cholesterol in Eggs May Increase Risk of Cardiovascular Disease, Death

New research from the University of Massachusetts Lowell reveals that heart disease and death risk increases with the number of eggs consumed.

June 13th, 2019
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