Ida Emilie Steinmark
Emilie is a biophysical chemist and freelance science writer
Emilie started writing about science during her undergraduate chemistry degree at the student magazine theGIST in Glasgow. This led her to apply for the RSC's science writer internship in 2015 which introduced her to professional science writing. She writes mainly for Chemistry World and Education in Chemistry.
Unable to choose between her two passions just yet, she is currently enjoying a double life: PhD student by day, science writer by night. She lives in London with her partner.
Extracting oxygen and metals from moon rock may help build new lunar base
New enzymes work as ‘greener’ catalysts in chemical industry
The role of scientist whistle-blowers from Russia