Julia Masselos


Science Writer


Julia is a location-independent science writer with a passion for STEM. While travelling full time, she writes about neuroscience, healthcare, technology, and more. She holds a BSc in Medical Science and an MSc in Sustainable Agriculture. Outside work, you can find her hiking, reading in a cafe, or dancing.

Latest Posts

As the global adoption of uncrewed vehicles gains momentum in firefighting operations, it's evident that these technological advancements hold immense potential.

Why drones are the next step to managing dire responses globally

Revolutionizing Agriculture with AI-powered Robotic platform Solutions for Industrial Greenhouses

Four Growers' Robotics and Computer Vision make Automated Greenhouse Harvests Reality

The Composite Engineering Challenge, organized by the Mitsubishi Chemicals Group and Wevolver, invited innovators, entrepreneurs, startups, and scaleups to submit projects that make use of fiber-reinforced composites.

Composite Engineering Challenge Community Winner: Interview with Felix Pohlkemper of CarboScreen

Article #2 of the "Why Edge?" Series. Edge AI increases battery life, reduces latency, and in many cases, eliminates the need for cloud communication, making wearable devices more user-friendly and secure.

Why Edge AI for Wearables?

Art and science are usually thought of as opposites. AI-powered systems like MidJourney smash that paradigm out of the water.

Wevolver to use Midjourney to enhance its articles and storytelling

Article #6 Altair Startup Series. Startups play a key role in moving towards innovative circular and sustainable engineering practices.

Lowering the Barriers to Innovation with Advanced Engineering Simulation