Nationality : Indonesia
Born : 1987
Position : Executive Director of the Society of Indonesian Science Journalists, Indonesia
Field of study : Science journalism, Science communication, Science policy, Political intervention in science, Environmental journalism
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Dyna Rochmyaningsih, is a freelance science journalist/writer from Indonesia. Her works cover a wide range of topics such as health, climate change, science policy, forestry, disaster risk management, and the intersection between science and religion. So far, her pieces were published in Science, Nature, BBC Future Planet, SciDev.Net, The Journal of Young Investigator, The Jakarta Post, The Jakarta Globe, Koran Tempo, Mongabay, The Christian Science Monitor, and Asia Research News magazine/ResearchSEA. Some of these stories were re-published in The Guardian Environmental Network, Science Daily, and Nature.com She got her science degree from the Department of Biology, Bogor Agricultural University. Then, she joined the Biodiversity of Borneo, Harvard Summer Course 2010. She gained her science journalism skills through the Science Journalism Cooperation (SjCOOP) Asia, a mentoring program organized by the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) in 2013-2014. She was also one of the speakers at the World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ) in Seoul (2015), San Francisco (2017), and Lausanne (2019).
She currently sits as the Executive Director of the Society of Indonesian Science Journalists (SISJ).