Alix Spiegel has worked on NPR’s Science Desk for 10 years covering psychology and human behavior.
Over the course of her career in public radio, Spiegel has won many awards including a George Foster Peabody Award, a Livingston Award, an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award, a Scripps Howard National Journalism Award, and a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award.
Lulu Miller is co-host of the NPR program Invisibilia.
Miller covers stories that challenge our assumptions about how the human organism works. Her work has been recognized by the George Foster Peabody Awards, Third Coast, and The Missouri Review.
Hanna Rosin is co-host of Invisibilia. Rosin comes to NPR from the world of print magazines. Most recently she was a national correspondent for The Atlantic, where she wrote cover stories about various corners of American culture.
Rosin has headlined a TED conference and was part of a team at New York Magazine that won a National Magazine Award for a series of stories on circumcision.