Danica Radovanovic is the Chief Editor at the Australian Science magazine, a science and technology blogging network.
She is an Internet researcher, an academic, blogger and an analyst in Information Communication Technologies and Social Media. Danica is a University of Oxford and Fulbright Scholar in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences, University of Belgrade alumni, finalising her doctoral dissertation on communication and collaboration practices on the Internet, social media use, and digital divides.
Danica writes for the Scientific American blog, Global Voices Online, and other publications. She is a member of Wikimedia, OSI, ISOC, and is a TED Associate. Danica is one of the judges at the International Science contest supported by the Australian government.
When not exploring serendipities, trying new technologies and conducting projects, Danica is occupied with creating photography, enjoying art, travelling, discovering new places, and exploring music. She is passionate about collaboration, creativity, helping humanity, using technology and innovation in every form.
For science, technology, web writers, journalists, educators, students and anyone interested in guest blogging and writing for the Australian Science, as well as for the collaboration, press and other related inquiries contact Danica: email@example.com