Lina Zeldovich

Lina Zeldovich grew up in a family of Russian scientists listening to bedtime stories about volcanoes, black holes and dangerous pathogens. Since then, she’s edited science features at Nautilus, won two awards for a story about poo, and has written for, among others, the Smithsonian, Hakai Magazine, Audubon Magazine and Popular Mechanics. She lives in New York and is working on a book about the most misunderstood matter in the universe: human waste. Visit her at LinaZeldovich.com or @linazeldovich



Reinventing mankind’s most essential technology
26 Jun 2017 | HARAMBEE |  
tags: madagascar, technology, toilets
A lavatory revolution is beginning in Madagascar


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