Neel Dhanesha covered science and climate change at Vox. He has written about artificial snow, an unexpected source of clean energy, post-Dobbs pregnancy complications, and the ubiquitous, unregulated source of plastic pollution known as nurdles.
Prior to Vox, Neel was an editorial fellow at Audubon magazine and an assistant producer at Radiolab, where he helped produce The Other Latif, a series about one detainee's journey to Guantanamo Bay. He is a graduate of the Literary Reportage program at NYU, where he learned how to turn incoherent scribbles into readable stories, and his writing has appeared in Popular Science, TED Ideas, and the Harvard Review, among others.
Neel is from Bangalore and currently lives in Washington, DC. He tweets sporadically at @neel_dhan, and you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.