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Sanjana Gajbhiye, writer on Earth.com

About author:

Sanjana Gajbhiye is an experienced science writer and researcher. She holds a Master of Technology degree in Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur. Prior to her postgraduate studies, Sanjana completed her Bachelor of Engineering in Biotechnology at SMVIT in India. Her academic journey has provided her with a comprehensive understanding of scientific principles and research methodologies

Sanjana’s passion for writing ignited in 2017 when she began her journey as a freelance content writer. Since then, she has honed her skills and expertise, transitioning into the realm of scientific communication. Throughout her career, Sanjana has accumulated over multiple years of invaluable experience in scientific writing and communication. In these capacities, she has developed a diverse skill set, including medical communications, content strategy, and scientific writing. Sanjana’s expertise lies in simplifying complex scientific concepts, making them accessible to a broader audience.

At Earth.com, Sanjana is dedicated to covering science information related to the environment, biotechnology, health, science and associated fields.

Author’s Interests:

Sanjana’s passion for science is deeply ingrained in her academic and professional pursuits. Her interest in environmental science is particularly evident in her Master’s project, which focused on laboratory work related to environmental science. This project was recognized and published in renowned websites, showcasing Sanjana’s dedication to exploring solutions for environmental challenges. Beyond her professional endeavors, Sanjana is driven by a strong belief that scientific knowledge should be accessible to all, regardless of technical expertise. Her articles are crafted to provide clear explanations, ensuring that even readers without a scientific background can understand complex concepts. Sanjana’s love for writing and science is evident in her commitment to making it engaging and comprehensible to a diverse audience. She believes that fostering an understanding of science enriches lives and encourages curiosity and exploration in all individuals.

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