Cynthia Graber | Civil Eats


Cynthia Graber is an award-winning radio producer and print reporter who’s covered science, technology, food, agriculture, and any other stories that catch her fancy for more than 15 years. She’s reported on ancient farming techniques in Peru’s Andean mountains, a scientist uncovering the secrets of regenerating limbs, and a goat with million-dollar blood. Her work has been featured in magazines and radio shows including Fast Company, BBC Future, Slate, the Boston Globe, Studio 360, PRI’s The World, Living on Earth, and many others, and she’s a regular contributor to the podcast Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. She was a 2012-2013 Knight Fellow at MIT, and her radio and print awards include those from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Society of Environmental Journalists, and the international Institute of Physics.

Snails: The Slowest Food of All [Audio]

Gastropod: Why Does Grape Candy Taste So Fake? [Audio]

Gastropod: The Secret History of Cheese

No Scrubs: Breeding a Better Bull [Audio]

Breakfast: The Most Important Meal of The Day. Or Is It? [Audio]

Gastropod: Kale of the Sea [Audio]

Gastropod: The Microbiome Revolution [Audio]

Gastropod: Dan Barber’s Quest for Flavor [Audio]