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Rob Stein is a correspondent and senior editor on NPR's science desk.
In his reporting, Stein focuses on the intersection of science, health, politics, social trends, ethics, and federal science policy. He tracks genetics, stem cells, cancer research, the obesity epidemic, and other science, medical, and health policy news.
Before NPR, Stein served as The Washington Post's science editor and national health reporter for 16 years, editing and then covering stories nationally and internationally.
Earlier in his career, Stein spent about four years at NPR's science desk. Before that, he served as a science reporter for United Press International in Boston and the science editor of the international wire service in Washington.
Stein is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He completed a journalism fellowship at the Harvard School of Public Health, a program in science and religion at the University of Cambridge, and a summer science writer's workshop at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass.
KPCW Radio's Lost & Found helps the Wasatch Back locate and reunite with its animals and stuff. The service is free to use. News hosts and DJs read from the lost and found every hour, and listeners can see them online any time.
You may also want to check with:
- Summit County Animal Control – 435-336-3985
- Park City Police – 435-615-5500
- Friends of Animals/Furburbia – 435-649-5441
- Park City Transit (buses) – 435-615-5350
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