James Gorman is a science reporter for The New York Times. He writes about evolutionary biology, brain science, conservation and other subjects, and narrates the new ScienceTake video series. He has been at the paper since 1993, as an editor on The New York Times Magazine, deputy science editor, editor of a personal technology section, outdoors columnist, science columnist and editor of Science Times.
Before joining The Times, Mr. Gorman wrote books on penguins, dinosaurs, the Southern Ocean and hypochondria. In the fall of 2011, he was the McGraw Visiting Professor of Writing at Princeton University. He has also taught science writing at New York University, Fordham University and online as part of Stanford University's Continuing Studies program.