Meeri Kim

Science/health/tech writer who translates complex material for a general audience

I'm a freelance science/health/tech writer currently based in Los Angeles. I come from an academic background -- I received my physics Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013 -- but now typically translate complex material for a general audience. My work appears regularly in The Washington Post, Modern Healthcare, Philly Voice, and Kellogg Insight.
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washingtonpost.com
Why North Korea will give up its nukes
May, 1 2018
wareable.com
Wearables still haven't solved the problems of skin science, but new ideas are coming
November, 18 2017
wareable.com
Smart underwear, elderly wearables and other cutting-edge health tech on the way
February, 14 2018
washingtonpost.com
This strange syndrome causes people to think their loved ones have been replaced by identical impostors
April, 7 2018
wareable.com
VR has proven it can ease the pains of childbirth – next, the opioid crisis
April, 12 2018
washingtonpost.com
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How a researcher used big data to beat her own ovarian cancer
November, 11 2016
washingtonpost.com
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New virtual reality fitness apps aim to make exercise less tedious
August, 16 2016
washingtonpost.com
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‘Forest bathing’ is latest fitness trend to hit U.S. — ‘Where yoga was 30 years ago’
May, 17 2016
washingtonpost.com
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The science of disgust: Why we (most of us) hate liver, brussels sprouts and cricket flour
October, 12 2015
modernhealthcare.com
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Why automating data entry can counter physician burnout
November, 5 2016
modernhealthcare.com
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Wayfinding apps finding their way into hospitals
January, 7 2017
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