Esteemed science writer Roger Snodgrass has joined the Los Alamos Daily Post.
Snodgrass has a unique body of site-specific knowledge and experience related to Los Alamos National Laboratory. Since 2001, he has made a specialty of researching, synthesizing and writing complex scientific, topical and historical newspaper stories about LANL for the general public and targeted readers.
“We are so pleased to have Roger join the Los Alamos Daily Post news team. He is well-known in the community and his experience and expertise will enrich our coverage of the research work underway at LANL,” Publisher Carol A. Clark said.
Snodgrass has written briefs and news articles for the Exchange Monitor, the leading nuclear weapons complex trade publication, which is based in Washington, D.C. He worked at the Los Alamos Monitor for nine years and spent the last five years as a contract writer for The Santa Fe New Mexican, focused on LANL, science, health and technology.
“It’s so great to be back working with my friends on my favorite, most challenging subject, surely one of the most fascinating communities in the country,” Snodgrass said.
Snodgrass holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English literature from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He worked his way through university at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Office of Manned Space Flight.