Michael Lemonick introduces himself as an opinion editor at Scientific American, a previous senior staff writer at Climate Central, a former Senior science writer at Time, and a lecturer at Princeton.
Michael Lemonick was conceived on October 13, 1953, as a son of Princeton University physics professor and administrator Aaron Lemonick and raised in Princeton, New Jersey. He went to Princeton High school in 1967 and finished his high school education in 1971. In the wake of finishing his secondary school instruction, he got enrolled into the prestigious Harvard University, where he later earned B.A. in Economics. He has described his time in Harvard as a horrible time of his life.
In 1982, he was accepted to another Ivy League college, Columbia University-Graduate School of Journalism. He earned Master of Science in Journalism in 1983. Having phenomenal scholarly foundation and degree from the prestigious University, Lemonick started his career as a business agent for Peterson's Guides. He fulfilled the position for five years.
Starting from 1983, Micheal enjoyed working as a senior editor at Science Digest Magazine, for which he wrote and edited articles about science. He spent three years at Science Digest.
In 1988, he started to work at Discover Magazine, where he held the position of Executive Editor for not exactly a year. In May 1986, he joined Time Magazine and became a senior writer. Working in the position, he composed an article covering an extensive variety of points in Science and Technology that incorporate more than 50 main stories.
He ended his twenty-one year's long career in Time Magazine in 2007 and got involved with John Hopkins University as an adjunct professor for a brief period.
In 2007, he became Adjunct Professor at New York University and remained in the position for one year. He also worked as a freelance writer from 1985 to 2014. He additionally has experience of working as a contributing writer for Time Magazine. He has also served Climate Central as a senior science writer. Lemonick has been working as a Lecturer at Princeton University since 1998. At Princeton, he teaches various courses relating to science journalism. From November 2015, he has been working as an Opinion Editor at Scientific American. Lemon picks have also gained name and fame as a writer and has authored numerous books on science and astrophysics.
His books include "The Georgian Star: How William and Caroline Herschel Revolutionized Our Understanding of the Cosmos", "Mirror Earth: The Search for Our Planet’s Twin" and "Echo of the Big Bang". Lemonick is married to a photographer and photography instructor at Princeton Day School Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick. Currently, the couple resides in Princeton.