Wendy Wolfson has written about the lighter side of technology and science for the Boston Globe, The Acumen Journal of Sciences, Red Herring Magazine, Informationweek.com, Salon.com, and New Scientist. She has written radio commentaries for Boston's NPR affiliate about various topics, including how to construct a car through parts obtained through the mail. Wendy has attended science journalism boot camps at both the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, MA and at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. Her interests include tissue engineering and collecting sculptures made from carbon nanotubes. By day she is a communications consultant.