is a science journalist and author of
Distant Wanderers: the Search for
Planets Beyond the Solar System who writes about
technology, primarily astronomy and space science.
He’s also a
tech columnist for Forbes.com.
Bruce is a former Hong Kong bureau chief for Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine and former Paris-based technology correspondent for the Financial Times newspaper who has reported from six continents. A 1998 winner in the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards (AJOYA), he’s interviewed Nobel Prize winners and written about everything from potato blight to dark energy.
Previously, he was a film and arts correspondent in New York and Europe, primarily for newspaper outlets like the International Herald Tribune, the Boston Globe and Canada’s Globe & Mail. Recently, he’s contributed to Scientific American.com, Nature News, Physics World, and Yale Environment 360.com.
Bruce is a current contributor to Astronomy and Sky & Telescope and a correspondent for Renewable Energy World.
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