Christopher Mims is a journalist who writes about ideas. Mostly.


I’m the technology and science editor for the international business magazine Quartz.

You can contact me here.

Other places I’ve written for include Technology ReviewBBC FutureThe AtlanticWiredScientific AmericanBBC FocusGristMotherboardSlateFast CompanyPopular ScienceGood, SmartPlanet, Discover, Nature, Nature Medicine, Txchnologist, Corporate Knights, Kellogg Insight, Glamour, Plenty, and the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University.

I’ve been an editor at Scientific American, Technology Review, Smithsonian and Grist. I was also a producer at Small Mammal, where I helped director John Pavlus produce science videos for Slate, Popular Science and Nature.  I got my start in journalism by launching ScienceBlogs and for Seed.

In another life I was a crayfish neuroscientist specializing in functional and anatomical studies via Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

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