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Erin Winick is a maker, engineer, writer, entrepreneur, science fashionista, and science communicator. Her passion is helping people engage with science and engineering in new ways, and communicating complex science topics.

Erin works as a science communicator for the International Space Station,
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Erin Winick is a maker, engineer, writer, entrepreneur, science fashionista, and science communicator. Her passion is helping people engage with science and engineering in new ways, and communicating complex science topics.

Erin works as a science communicator for the International Space Station, communicating the science performed aboard the orbiting laboratory. She assigns, writes, and edits stories and video scripts for publication on NASA.gov covering station science. She also handles the social media and distribution strategy for station science content, running the @ISS_Research Twitter account, and composing science content for other NASA accounts. Erin also supports astronauts with science communication materials.

Outside work, Erin works on personal science communication projects, including creating science and space TikTok videos for an audience of 35K, and Instagram posts to her following of more than 7K.

Erin served as CEO and founder of Sci Chic from 2015-2020. The company created plastic and metal 3D printed jewelry that is inspired by science and engineering concepts. She created the company while in college as a tool to teach about science, technology, and manufacturing, and to spark conversations about science. She grew Sci Chic to becoming profitable business by the time she graduated, running the business full time. She was chosen as one of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ 2017 30 Under 30 in Manufacturing.
As a maker, Erin has created everything from 3D printed wedding bouquets to Ms. Frizzle costumes. Her work has been featured everywhere from CNN Money to The Daily Dot to Inverse. She has published research on 3D printing outreach in partnership with the University of Florida (UF)’s Marston Library.

​She previously worked as a freelance science writer, the space reporter for the MIT Technology Review, and Technology Review’s associate editor of the future of work. She developed and wrote The Airlock, a weekly email on emerging space technologies for Technology Review. Erin has helmed the publication's daily tech newsletter, The Download, ran Tech Review’s Instagram account, and launched Clocking In, the publication's future work newsletter. During her freelance career, she has written stories and scripts for Engineering.com, Beanz, SciShow, IEEE Potentials, Medium, and created a Computer Aided Design course for LinkedIn Learning. She previously interned as the Richard Casement Intern for The Economist’s science and technology section.

Erin graduated from UF with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering 2016. As an engineering student, Erin interned at John Deere, Solar Turbines, Keysight Technologies, and Bracken Engineering. During her time at Solar Turbines and Keysight, she helped introduce 3D printing to various processes on the manufacturing floor.
​Erin has continually served as an advocate for women in STEM. She served as the president of UF's Society of Women Engineers and the SWE Region D Collegiate Representative from 2015-2016. Erin spends her weekends hiking, writing, 3D printing, playing with her cat, listening to Broadway cast albums, and scrolling through TikTok.

For More Information visit http://www.erinwinick.com/
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