Rachel Berkowitz

Rachel Berkowitz is a freelance science writer who splits her time between Eastsound, Wash., Burnaby, British Columbia, and the waterways off Vancouver Island aboard SV Hooligan. She has a Ph.D. in geophysics from the University of Cambridge and is a corresponding editor for the American Physical Society’s Physics Magazine. Her work has appeared in Physics Today, Scientific American, Physics World and the newsrooms of several U.S. national laboratories. 

All Stories by Rachel Berkowitz

  1. Ecosystems

    Flowers may be big antennas for bees’ electrical signals

    The finding suggests a way for plants to share information about nearby pollinators and communicate when to trigger nectar production.