Emma joined Nature in March of 2005, after a six-month stint as an intern, and began working as a contributing correspondent in September 2007. She has a master's in science writing from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and a bachelor's in English from the University of Texas, Austin. She covers conservation, biology, energy, agriculture, and film, among other things, and regularly edits Research Highlights.1Emma Marris is a environmental writer in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
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The seasteading movement is getting close to building its first prototype, an artificial archipelago where people will live, play and do research.