As a journalist, my main areas of focus are Earth & physical sciences -- especially climate change. I also love to think of what brings science, gender issues, and social/human development together.
My coverage focuses on Brazilian and Latin American science and technology for international audiences. My work has been published by several specialized channels, including Chemical & Engineering News, SciDev.Net, Mongabay, Eos, Scientific American, and Nature. In 2022, I co-authored a piece about Brazil's National Museum for The New York Times. Besides science writing and editing, I am experienced in social media content creation and management, and scriptwriting.
In 2016 I was one of the six Brazilian journalists selected by the ESO Science Outreach Network Brazil for a media trip to the European Southern Observatory (ESO) research and observation sites in Paranal, La Silla and Cerro Armazones in Chile, reporting for Ciência & Cultura magazine. Before working as a full-time freelance science journalist (2020-present), I was a researcher at the Museum of Tomorrow (2015-2019), where I created and coordinated the Tomorrow in Research and Women in Science programs. Later, I was a senior science journalism fellow at the Giant Magellan Telescope Brazil Office team (2019-2020), where I worked with scriptwriting for short videos about Astronomy, telescope engineering and beyond, and coordinated the restructuring of the project's audiovisual production. I'm a member of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network, a program of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford.