PhD Candidate, University of Toronto
Joseph Wilson is a doctoral student at the University of Toronto in the Department of Anthropology, Linguistic and Semiotic stream. His work examines how scientists communicate with one another in laboratory settings. He has written on topics of science, innovation, and education for The Financial Times, NOW Magazine, the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star, and Spacing, and has co-authored three books. He has worked in exhibit and curriculum design for the Ontario Science Centre, The Royal Ontario Museum and the American Museum of Natural History. He currently has a column for CBC Kids and works as a consultant for education organizations across North America.