Hurley, Dan




Dan Hurley is an award-winning science journalist who has written hundreds of articles and investigative features for The New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Discover, Wired, Scientific American, Neurology Today and, um, the National Examiner. (Everybody’s got to start somewhere.)  His 2012 cover story for the NY Times Magazine, “Can You Make Yourself Smarter?” was one of the magazine’s most-read stories of the year. In 2018 he published a feature about a new technology being developed for child-protection agencies, “Can An Algorithm Tell When Kids Are In Danger?”  His feature for the NY Times Magazine, published in 2019, was about the mysterious neurological illness affecting U.S. diplomats in Cuba. Dan is also the author of four books and has made media appearances on National Public Radio, ABC Nightline, the CBS Evening News, PBS and other outlets. He has given talks around the world, including at SXSW and the Royal Society for the Arts in London. He lives with his wife and two daughters in New Jersey.

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Smarter: The New Science of Building Brain Power Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780142181652
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Published: Plume - December 30th, 2014

Natural Causes: Death, Lies and Politics in America's Vitamin and Herbal Supplement Industry Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780767920438
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This title is NON-RETURNABLE.
Published: Crown - December 26th, 2007