Video recordings of Natalie Angier at the 2003 UND Writers Conference.
Natalie Angier was born in New York on February 16, 1958. She attended the University of Michigan for two years and Barnard College where she graduated with high honors. She studied English, Physics, and Astronomy. She has worked as a founding staff reporter for Discovery magazine, a senior science writer for Time magazine, and as an editor at the women's business magazine Savvy. She has also held a position as a professor of journalism at the New York University's Graduate Program in Science and Environmental Reporting. In 1990, she began writing for the New York Times where she won a Pulitzer Prize for her work. Angier's notable works include NATURAL OBSESSIONS (1988), "BEAUTY OF THE BEASTLY: NEW VIEWS ON THE NATURE OF LIFE (1995), WOMAN: AN INTIMATE GEOGRAPHY (1999), and THE CANON: A WHIRLGIG TOUR OF THE BEAUTIFUL (2007).
~Biographical information taken from http://www.natalieangier.com/main.php