My name is Elia Kabanov, and I am a London-based science writer covering the past, present, and future of technology.
For over 15 years, I’ve been writing about climate change, renewable energy, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, culture, and education for numerous publications, both in Russia and internationally.
I love explaining things. That is why I have given public lectures all over the world, including in India, Bangladesh, Germany, Belarus, Uzbekistan, and Russia. I’m also a co-author and presenter on a YouTube channel on all things science with over 250,000 subscribers.
My interviews and expert commentaries were featured on BBC, DW and BILD, in The New York Times, CoinDesk, Slate, Le Monde, 7×7, The Calvert Journal, Animal, MDR, Delfi, El Diario, Lifehacker, and in other outlets.
Currently, I’m curating two newsletters you may wish to subscribe to:
- Hypertextual covers universities, museums, laboratories, startups, the newest discoveries, and obscure inventions.
- Siberian Hypertext explores how Siberian scientists and ordinary people cope with Russia’s faltering regime, war, and repression.