About the Author
Chetna Krishna is from New Delhi, India, and moved to Germany to complete further studies, B.Sc. in Science Communication and Bionics. Bionics' German equivalent, Bionik, adheres to a broader meaning — to develop engineering solutions from biological models. At present, she lives in a small French town next to the heart of CERN on the Swiss border.
She is the author of the blog Little Things That Matter, which explores her experiences away from home and other interests where science and social science meet. Chetna also has to her credit many science articles published in Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster.
She was featured in the German newspaper Rheinische Post along with her local magazine team Catcher on the Rhine. Her other works can be seen on Medium where she is a writer and co-editor of Writers Guild, Indie-Writers Co-Op and Authentics.
Chetna Krishna is the Social Media Manager at the European Organization for Nuclear Physics (French: Counseil européenne pour la recherche nucléaire), known as CERN, that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world.
She is working in the Education, Communications and Outreach (ECO) group supporting the social media and editorial team. Her role involves managing CERN's social media channels, sometimes writing for the CERN website and creating digital content to communicate particle physics to millions of CERN followers in a fun, engaging and authentic way.
Her articles for CERN's website can be found here:
Chetna Krishna joined Deutsche Welle in February 2020 for an internship in science journalism
Deutsche Welle, Germany's public international broadcaster has its two main headquarters in Berlin and Bonn. It exists in 30 languages making it one of the largest broadcasters in Europe alongside other international broadcasters such as ZDF and BBC.
Chetna Krishna joined Deutsche Welle for a few months covering news for Asia and Environment department as a journalism intern. She did a few voice-overs for TV Programs (called TV Magazine in German) Eco India and Manthan, broadcasted on India's oldest TV Channel, Doorsharshan or commonly known as DD National.
She has also written the script and recorded for Living Planet, a prize-winning, weekly radio show magazine telling environment stories from around the world.
Her work includes:
Tough times ahead for climate protesters during corona pandemic (also translated in German)
Making Leather from Mexican Cacti (also translated in German)
Surface ozone increase threatens global food crops (also written in Hindi here)