Dave Mosher


Dave Mosher is a multimedia science & technology journalist
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Dave Mosher is a multimedia journalist who’s obsessed with science, technology, and the future.

As a correspondent at Business Insider, he chases down fascinating and important stories in space, physics, engineering, biology, and more. Mosher channels his passions — and boundless curiosity — to tell those tales in a conversational voice for digital audiences using text, photos, graphics, video, and whatever’s next.

During his career, Mosher has watched humans and robots launch into space, flown over the North Pole to catch a total solar eclipse, tested inventors’ home-built contraptions, toured defunct nuclear reactors, and donated his poop bacteria in the name of science, among other reporting adventures.

He lives in New York City with his daughter, wife, and dog.

Dave Mosher, science journalist



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Dave Mosher’s television, radio, web video, and other media appearances include the TODAY Show, CBS This Morning, CNN, FOX News, WNBC, Associated Press TV, PIX11, Huffington Post Live, ABC Radio, CBC Radio, The Wall Street Journal Radio, and APM’s Marketplace Radio.

He’s also moderated a star-studded movie premiere, led a public discussion with NASA about eating (and farting) in space, shared a stage with Bill Nye, explained the science of flight while people pushed homebuilt aircraft off a 30-foot ledge, hosted popular shows on YouTube, and more.

Click a tab below to watch and listen to some of Mosher’s recent segments.

Note: Please direct booking inquiries here. For all other requests, you can reach Dave using the contact form.

Dave Mosher shares the statistics of train, plane, bus, and automobile safety–and, notionally, where the best place is to sit during an accident–with hosts Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford.

Source: TODAY Show

Dave Mosher shows off some of the most exciting winners of Popular Science‘s 2014 Invention Awards on CBS This Morning.

Source: CBS This Morning

Dave Mosher, a judge for Nikon’s 40th Small World microscopy image competition, speaks to CNN about the best images of 2014.

Source: CNN

Dave Mosher joins HuffPost Live to discuss Popular Science‘s 2014 Invention Awards winners and their game-changing technologies.

Source: HuffPost Live

Dave Mosher explains to Fox News how the meteorite that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia in 2013 was so well-recorded–and who’s looking for more threatening space rocks.

Source: Fox News Insider

Dave Mosher chats with PIX11 about what it means that Voyager 1 has left the sun’s magnetic influence.

Source: PIX11

Dave Mosher details a few of Popular Science‘s Best Of What’s New winners with ABC Radio and forecasts big news for the coming year.

Source: ABC Radio

Dave Mosher discusses the arguments of his Popular Science essay “Why You Can’t Sell Me A Car” with KIRO Radio.

Source: KIRO Radio



Dave Mosher's work has appeared in Popular ScienceWIRED, Scientific American, Popular Mechanics, Discover, Space.com, National Geographic News, Discovery.com, and other outlets.



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