Daniel Bier is a senior editor at Freethink. His beat covers science, statistics, and criminal justice.
His work has been cited in the Washington Post, Harvard Law Review, Columbia Law Review, Boston College Law Review, Notre Dame Journal of International & Comparative Law, and the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights, among others, and also appeared in the Domestic Surveillance edition of the Current Controversies textbook series in 2016.
Before Freethink, he worked as an editor at the Institute for Humane Studies and The Freeman magazine.
Recent Work by Author
Humanity is locked in an arms race with diseases: we update our vaccines, and diseases evolve new ways to try to sneak past them. Cutting-edge research is exploring how to stimulate immunity without using vaccines, using the new gene-editing technology known as CRISPR.