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You've found the website/web 1.0 museum for Mark E. Harris, an award-winning freelance journalist originally from the UK but now based in Seattle. In 2013-14, I was a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. In 2015, I won the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Gold Award for this story on hacking crowdsourcing.

I write about technology, science, business, the environment and travel for a wide range of editorial outlets. There are links to lots of work samples below. Please get in touch (links to the right and here's my Facebook page).

Recent stories
• I was asked by Kickstarter to investigate the high profile collapse of the Zano drone project. Here's my in-depth (13,000 words!) report.
• My first stories for Scientific American, on the effect of giant waves on Arctic ice.
• Broke a story on how virtual assistants break child privacy laws, in The Guardian.
• A feature on how NASA used mules to validate its latest weather satellite.

I've had many scoops on autonomous vehicles. Check out Apple is building a self-driving car, Google's secretive car-making company, a stealthy robo-taxi start-up, wireless driverless cars and Google's accident-prone cars.

How to regulate AI, wireless comms, and more for MIT Technology Review.

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Other publications
Mark Harris writing in Wired and Backchannel
My magazine writing
Mark Harris writing for IEEE Spectrum
Websites and blogs
My writing in The Guardian
My websites and blogs writing
Mark Harris writing in MIT Technology Review
Radio, TV and live
Mark Harris writing in New Scientist
Mark Harris on TV, the radio and in person
Mark Harris writing in Tech Crunch
Mark Harris writing in the Economist newspaper
Mark Harris writing in the Sunday Times newspaper

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