Sarah Schlieder

Sarah Schlieder

Sarah Schlieder


Sarah Schlieder is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago where she studied science journalism. She has worked at prestigious research facilities, including NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and Johnson Space Center, and Argonne National Laboratory. Sarah currently serves as a science and technology reporter for Newsy. In this role, she reports on the latest news in science, tech and health. Sarah is committed to engaging the public in the extraordinary scientific breakthroughs made every day. To communicate science is to shed a new light on a fascinating world. Sarah’s work educates and informs the public about the science that impacts our daily lives and benefits us most.

Recent Work
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover selfie

Why Do We Treat Our Spacecraft Like They're Humans?

Galaxy cluster of thousands of galaxies in the universe

Dark Matter Is Hard To Find, But Hubble Might Be Able To Help

Newborn baby hooked up to brain monitor

A New Way To Detect Pain In Newborns

Construction robot and 3-D printer

Future Construction Sites Will Be Full Of Robots

A poster at the March for Science in Washington, D.C.

Science May Not Be Political, But The March For Science Sure Was

Hand holding up a microscope

Why Scientists Are Marching For Science

Doctors performing surgery

Gender Bias In Medical Testing Puts Women's Health At Risk

Frog sitting on ground

This Frog's Slime Could Help Kill The Flu Virus

Dried-up river bed

A Shrinking Glacier In Canada Made A River Disappear

Engineer stands in front of James Webb telescope's first few mirrors

How Does NASA Transport A Massive $9 Billion Telescope?

Saturn's moon Enceladus

Saturn's Moon Enceladus Shows Possible Hints Of Life

Titanic at the docks

As Scientists Debate The Future Of The Titanic, The Ocean Is Eating It

DNA strand

What DNA Testing Can Tell You, From Serious To Silly

Scientist taking chemical sample of old book

Love The Smell Of Old Books? Scientists Want To Archive It

Cluster of galaxies

Scientists Don't Actually Know Why Anything Exists

Soda vending machine

A Naggy Vending Machine Makes You Wait Longer For Unhealthy Snacks

Tyrannosaurus rex covered in feathers

The Real T. Rex Is Fuzzy-Bodied, Scaly-Faced And Lippy

Tadpole with eye on its tail

Scientists Are Growing Working Eyes Where Eyes Shouldn't Grow

SpaceX rocket launching from launch pad

SpaceX Is Launching A Recycled Rocket

Chimpanzee eating fruit

The Mysterious Cause Of Humans' Big Brains May Simply Be A Fruity Diet

Astronaut conducting spacewalk outside of the International Space Station

Spacewalk Prepares ISS For Commercial Crew

Baboons huddled in a group

How To Thwart Thieving Baboon Gangs

Wrinkled hand of an aged person

This New Treatment Could Make Your Cells Look Young Again

A close-up of bacteria

Germs Love The International Space Station

Doctor stethoscope on appointment calendar

The Low-Cost Medical Devices That Are Making A Difference

Rendering of Asteroid Redirect Mission spacecraft collecting a piece of an asteroid

The Slow Demise Of NASA's Plan To Take Humans To An Asteroid

Earth as seen from space

There's Little Room In Trump's Budget For Climate Science

Close-up of human eye

Private Experimental Stem Cell Trial Left Three Patients Blind

Group of folded DNA inside a cell

DNA Actually Looks Like A Big Ball Of Yarn

Planets orbiting a star

How Pi Helps Astronomers Locate Habitable Planets