As a writer and consultant, Arielle Emmett has produced collateral, speeches, websites, books and articles for high-tech companies and publishers specializing in wireless IT, biotech and the environment. Satisfied clients have included AT&T Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, Nortel, Qualcomm, Siemens AG, the Wireless Internet Caucus, Broadbeam Corporation, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Canary, LLC and many more.
In the 1990s Arielle was chief editor of the technology publications America’s Network and Wireless Integration. She has written or collaborated on many special issues and advertising supplements. In addition, she was the coauthor, editor, and agent for a McGraw-Hill book: Wireless Data for the Enterprise (2001).
Emmett is also a specialist in biotechnology and medicine. As a regular contributor to The Scientist, she wrote 41 feature stories on developments in oncology, genetics, and biocomplexity. She also launched a successful museum campaign to disseminate science magazines and brochures produced for lay readers by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). In 2006, Emmett did grant writing work for Thomas Jefferson University’s Biotechnology Foundations Laboratories and founder Dr. Hilary Koprowski, the inventor of the gold-standard rabies vaccine and an oral polio vaccine widely used in Africa and Europe.
In the aftermath of the devastating Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Arielle turned her attention to the environment. Among her projects: a long investigative piece on the effects of flooding and climate change on data center/IT networks for Computer World. Today she is writing for energy and environmental companies specializing in shale oil and gas and renewables. One of her editorial projects is a full-length book about America’s energy resurgence and geopolitics. More details are forthcoming.
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