Katy Daigle is the deputy news editor for Science News. Katy has worked nearly two decades overseas for the Associated Press. Most recently in New Delhi, she managed AP’s South Asia news report while also covering environmental news in the region. Katy has a journalism degree from Northwestern University, and a master's from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She serves on the Board of Directors at the Society of Environmental Journalists, and speaks both Russian and Spanish.

All Stories by Katy Daigle

  1. scientists
    Science & Society

    Public trust that scientists work for the good of society is growing

    More Americans trust the motives of scientists than of journalists or politicians.

  2. air pollution over India
    Health & Medicine

    Air pollution is shaving a year off our average life expectancy

    The first country-by-country look at how dirty air affects when we die shows it can have more impact on mortality than breast or lung cancer.

  3. wave on Mumbai seaside promenade
    Climate

    As waters rise, coastal megacities like Mumbai face catastrophe

    For coastal megacities like Mumbai, rising seas and weather chaos linked with climate change threaten economic and social disaster.

  4. Maldives
    Earth

    Why sea level rise varies from place to place

    The impact of global sea level rise varies regionally, thanks to these factors.

  5. Adélie penguins
    Animals

    Penguin supercolony discovered in Antarctica

    Scientists have found a penguin supercolony living on tiny, remote Antarctic islands.