Diandra Leslie-Pelecky works at the intersection between science and story, using her background as a nanomaterials researcher and master science communicator to bring science to audiences that aren’t always looking for it.

Her non-fiction writing ranges from scientific and popular articles about nanotechnology to the science of motorsports. She’s recently become interested in robotic augmentation: replacing or extending body parts with organic or inorganic materials.

She is interested in science, but also in the scientific culture, especially as it relates to those underrepresented in science, scientific policy and ethics.