Raphael Rosen loves the well-placed semi-colon, the clear thought, the sure exposition. He specializes in writing about science and technology, but past projects have touched on art, design, and museums. He’s also a social media marketing strategist with experience in the healthcare and medical worlds.
Rosen hones his craft every day as a science communications associate at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, where he writes about plasma physics and fusion energy for a lay audience.
Recently, Rosen and Company have worked with EnPlus Advisors, a data analysis firm that creates custom software. The opportunity to learn about machine learning and data science is thrilling!
Rosen’s latest book, Math Geek, is now available in China, South Korea, and Russia. If you happen to live in those countries, look for Math Geek at your local bookstore!
In the past Rosen has written for the Wall Street Journal, NASA, the World Science Festival, Space.com, EARTH, Discover, Sky & Telescope, Scholastic Science World, the American Technion Society, SciArt in America, TheFix.com, the Encyclopedia of Life, Princeton University, and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. He has also written a children’s book about outer space.