Nicholas Gerbis

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Senior Field Correspondent - Science

Nicholas Gerbis joined KJZZ’s Arizona Science Desk in 2016. A longtime science, health and technology journalist and editor, his extensive background in related nonprofit and science communications inform his reporting on Earth and space sciences, neuroscience and behavioral health, and bioscience/biotechnology.

Apart from travel and three years in Delaware spent earning his master’s degree in physical geography (climatology), Gerbis has spent most of his life in Arizona. He also holds a master’s degree in journalism and mass communication from Arizona State University’s Cronkite School and a bachelor’s degree in geography (climatology/meteorology), also from ASU.

Gerbis briefly “retired in reverse” and moved from Arizona to Wisconsin, where he taught science history and science-fiction film courses at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He is glad to be back in the Valley and enjoys contributing to KJZZ’s Untold Arizona series.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Gerbis focused almost solely on coronavirus-related stories and analysis. In addition to reporting on the course of the disease and related research, he delved into deeper questions, such as the impact of shutdowns on science and medicine, the roots of vaccine reluctance and the policies that exacerbated the virus’s impact, particularly on vulnerable populations.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Who Touched It First? Most People Say ‘I Did’ Nicholas Gerbis April 24, 2019
Q&AZ: Solving Arizona's Palm-Pine Puzzle Nicholas Gerbis April 22, 2019
Researchers Find 2 Million Previously Unknown Tiny Earthquakes In Southern California Nicholas Gerbis April 21, 2019
Biodiversity Roadmap Calls For Conserving Ecosystems To Save The World Nicholas Gerbis April 19, 2019
Partial Revival Of Dead Pig Brains Raises Ethical Questions Nicholas Gerbis April 18, 2019
ASU Expert: Too Soon To Call Remains New Homo Species Nicholas Gerbis April 15, 2019
Valley Libraries Offer Citizen Science Equipment, Activities Nicholas Gerbis April 12, 2019
NASA Twin Study Offers Hope For Lengthier Spaceflights Nicholas Gerbis April 11, 2019
Study: Autism Improvements From Fecal Transplant Nicholas Gerbis April 10, 2019
UA Scientists Capture First Black Hole Images Nicholas Gerbis April 10, 2019
Untold Arizona: Tracing The Ancient Origins Of Arizona Rivers Nicholas Gerbis April 9, 2019
Intel ISEF Science Fair Seeks Volunteers, Judges And Interpreters Nicholas Gerbis April 5, 2019
Scientists Confirm Methane On Mars, Locate Possible Source Nicholas Gerbis April 4, 2019
New Study Confirms Mexican Wolf Status, Changes Red Wolf Classification Nicholas Gerbis March 29, 2019
OSIRIS-REx Finds An Asteroid Full Of Surprises Nicholas Gerbis March 19, 2019
Investigative Report: Prediabetes A ‘Dubious Diagnosis’ Nicholas Gerbis March 7, 2019
In California, Wet Winters No Longer Enough To Dampen Wildfires Nicholas Gerbis March 6, 2019
Study Finds 'Warrior', 'Guardian' Cops Exist – To A Degree Nicholas Gerbis March 4, 2019
Q&AZ: What Is The Mogollon Rim? Nicholas Gerbis March 4, 2019
On Pluto And Charon, Evidence For A Kinder, Gentler Kuiper Belt Nicholas Gerbis Feb. 28, 2019
AZ Game And Fish Finalizes Monarch Butterfly Plan Nicholas Gerbis Feb. 25, 2019
Sex Differences And Federal Standards, Drive Culture Shift In Biomedical Research Nicholas Gerbis Feb. 21, 2019
Personalized Medicine Propels New Understanding Of Sex Differences Nicholas Gerbis Feb. 20, 2019
Arizona’s Foul Weather Is A Fair Approximation Of What It Should Be Nicholas Gerbis Feb. 18, 2019
Opportunity Rover Shuts Down, But AZ Legacy Endures Nicholas Gerbis Feb. 13, 2019

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