Glen Martin

Glen Martin covered science and environment for the San Francisco Chronicle for 17 years, and has freelanced to more than 50 magazines, including Wired, Audubon, Discover, The Utne Reader, Men’s Journal, Science Digest, National Wildlife, BBC Wildlife, Outside, Sierra, The Financialist, Reader's Digest, and publications for the University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, Notre Dame University, the University of Colorado, and San Francisco State University. His latest book, Game Changer: Animal Rights and the Fate of Africa's Wildlife, was published in 2012 by the University of California Press.

Posts by Glen Martin

Big bang.

Inside IndieBio Demo Day

The latest event revealed a pervading feeling that DIY biotech is maturing at an accelerating rate.

Bento Lab. Press image used with permission.

Lab in a box

Bento Bioworks wants to free DIYbio enthusiasts up to spend time on projects, not scouring the Internet for used equipment.

Contrail and tree

IndieBio demo day

The second annual IndieBio Demo Day had a feeling reminiscent of Silicon Valley in the late 1970s.