Kellyn Betts

Kellyn Betts, k_betts@nasw.org, is a freelance science writer based in the Washington DC area. She has degrees in Environmental Science and Science and Environmental Reporting. She writes for a variety of publications, including Environmental Health Perspectives, the National Academies Newsletter, and the American Chemical Society‚Äôs Chemical & Engineering News and Environmental Science & Technology. You can visit her at www.kellynbetts.com

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