science journalist and photographer Amelia Jaycen


Amelia Jaycen is a journalist covering physics, energy, materials, engineering and ocean technology.

You’ll find articles across the spectrum of Arctic research, climate change, energy, technology and more.


N-ICE: Studying Arctic ice from cradle to grave
When spring 2015 approaches, sun spilling the landscape will find a group of scientists adrift at sea on “RV Lance”
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Climate change study heats up Arctic soil
Students from Russia, U.S., Norway, Germany, Italy, China and U.K. arrived this week in Norilsk, Russia where they will spend two weeks
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Barents Summer School brings researchers face-to-face with local leaders
Twenty-four Ph.D. students including Norwegian, Russian, Finnish and Swedish students, some of them representing the Sami population, and one student
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Minister of fisheries goes king crab fishing on Fish Nation tour
Minister of Fisheries Elisabeth Aspaker went on her first king crab fishing trip in Bugøynes Saturday for the conclusion of
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Information about food. That’s Feed Denton.
A local upstart reaching people by combining the power of information with food news in Denton, Texas. Also, see research from Feed
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Thin Line Film Fest expands with 100 films, music, photo contest coming soon
When Josh Butler took an energetic leap of faith toward his dream, he didn’t exactly land on his feet. It
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A Covenant Running with the Land
The City of Denton implements new building codes for large complexes like Rayzor Ranch so water washing over acres of
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Semiconductor Research Corporation funds UNT chemist’s microchip fabrication research
A single microchip can have several billion circuits built into a predetermined design according to its final purpose, whether for
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“Wild West” pay-to-publish journals distribute bunk science
This Science magazine interactive features asks, “Who Does Peer Review?” http://scicomm.scimagdev.org/
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Researchers track West Nile Virus, study mosquito species
University of North Texas Regents Professor of Biological Sciences Dr. James Kennedy is conducting his twelfth year of mosquito sampling and testing for
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Begging to write about science
So I got into grad school, after completing a large chunk of my studies, considering an interdisciplinary degree, and then
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Advanced imagery brings new angle to wetlands research
UNT researchers use new technology to study wetland function, mitigate human impacts, milk the benefits of nature. (Research.unt.edu) Continue Reading
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LZX: Analog video synthesizers the new wave
Local company run by mastermind Liz Larsen creates modular synthesizers to manipulate video. Learn about modular video synthesizers at LZXIndustries.net.
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Professor awarded patent for digital video security
Saraju Mohanty’s invention provides comprehensive solutions for securing digital video, and it offers advantages for content providers like Netflix, digital television
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Next generation tools aid interdisciplinary genome research
In 1953, James D. Watson and Francis Crick discovered the double-helix structure of the DNA strand –a ribbon of genetic
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UNT polymer engineers partner with industry leader to develop advanced coatings technology
Building contractors across the country may owe certain thanks to UNT plastics engineers over the next few years.  Regents Professor
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Paula Gaetano-Adi, UNT new media artist, receives prestigious VIDA grant award
College of Visual Arts and Design new media assistant professor Paula Gaetano-Adi has been awarded the prestigious VIDA Art and Artificial Life Awards‘ Artistic Production Incentives
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Story of Electronics
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Eclipse
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