Appeared on sites such as Tom’s Guide, ComputerWorld, Projector Central, Gear Patrol, Laptop Magazine and Tech & Learning
Degrees in Chemistry, Environmental Affairs and Journalism
Winner of TransPacific Writing award
The former editor in chief of Mobile Computing & Communications magazine, Brian Nadel is a 35-year veteran of technology journalism. He is passionate about the latest technologies and has written or edited stories on everything from nuclear power plants to computers to genetic engineering. Some of his most recent articles were about rugged tablets, the latest WiFi-6 routers, and anti-virus software.
As senior editor of PC Magazine, Nadel assigned, edited, and supervised the production of the first third of every magazine issue. He has worked for Business Tokyo (associate editor), Popular Science (automotive editor), and NBC Radio News (news writer). He is a freelance writer and editor who has contributed to a variety of publications, including Tom’s Guide, ComputerWorld, Scholastic Magazines, and Laptop Magazine.
Brian has bachelor's degrees from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts in chemistry and the college’s Science, Technology and Society program. After working in electronics research for several years, he followed that up with a master's degree in the Science and Environmental Reporting Program at New York University.