I work as a contributor journalist for several print and online Italian newspapers, such as La Repubblica, L’Espresso, Galileo, Sapere and Wired. I write mainly about American Society, Science and Technology. I received my Master’s Degree in Communications from the University of Rome “Roma Tre” in May 2008. I started my career in journalism roughly five years ago, studying and working at the same time as a local reporter. Now I live in the U.S., between Washington D.C. and New York City. When I was in Italy, I worked for different editorial units as a intern and a contributor, including broadcast channels like Sky News 24 and Rai News 24. My interest in U.S. politics and culture arose during an internship (summer 2009) at the Washington Bureau of Ansa, the main Italian news agency. Since then, I tried to deepen my knowledge and understanding of American society and its media organizations. I’m also conducting my final apprenticeship at America Oggi, an Italo-American newspaper based in New Jersey. This year I’ve been chosen as Science Writer Fellow by the Armenise-Harvard Foundation. I also attended a boot camp in Multimedia Digital Storytelling at Columbia Journalism School and won the Riccardo Tomassetti Award “Health and Next Generation”. Previously, during my Master’s Degree, I got a full year fellowship at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. On LinkedIn you can find my full CV.