About the Editors
Nicola Nosengo, Chief Editor
Nicola Nosengo is a science writer and scientific communicator with over 20 years of experience at the national and international level. He has a degree in Communication from the University of Siena and a master in Science Communication from the International School of Advanced Studies (ISAS) in Trieste. In Italy he has contributed, among others, to L'Espresso, La Stampa, Focus, Le Scienze, Mente e Cervello, Il Tascabile, covering technology, physics, space science, robotics and AI, neuroscience. He has been covering Italian science for Nature for many years, and his stories have appeared in The Economist. In addition to his journalistic work, he has worked as a communicator for the Italian Space Agency, the Italian Institute for Astrophysics, and for the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL). He wrote three books for the general public and has worked with RAI (Italy’s public broadcasting company) for projects and programmes on science and technology. A native of Genoa, raised in the Piedmont region, he has lived in Rome and Lausanne and is now based in Milan.