Dave Mosher is a science and technology journalist who reports and writes stories about space, physics, engineering, energy, biology, and absurdly ambitious human endeavors.
As a senior correspondent at Business Insider, he tells those tales with a conversational approach using text, photography, data, graphics, video, and whatever else makes sense.
Prior to joining Business Insider in April 2015, Mosher directed Popular Science’s website, was a Wired contributor, and wrote and produced stories for Scientific American, Popular Mechanics, Discover, Space.com, National Geographic News, Discovery.com, Nature, Science, Health News Review, and other outlets and projects.
Mosher has watched humans, robots, and a car launch into space, flown over the North Pole to catch a total solar eclipse, toured cutting-edge (and defunct) nuclear reactors, and donated his poop bacteria in the name of science, among other reporting adventures during his career of more than a decade.
He lives in New York with his part-human, part-canine family.
Dave Mosher’s television, video, radio, podcast, and other media appearances, interviews, and presentations include NBC (The TODAY Show), CBS (CBS This Morning), CNN, CNBC, the Science Channel (“What on Earth?”), PBS (“SciTech Now”), Fox News (Fox & Friends), WNBC, Associated Press TV, PIX11, Reuters, Al Jazeera America, Huffington Post Live, ABC Radio, BBC Radio, CBC Radio, Business Insider’s Household Name and Codebreaker podcasts, The Wall Street Journal Radio, APM’s Marketplace Radio, and more.
He’s also moderated a sci-fi movie premiere, led a public discussion with NASA about eating (and passing) food 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.
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