Lee Falin has worked as a software developer, data scientist, and bioinformatician. He’s currently on the computer science faculty at Brigham Young University – Idaho, where he teaches courses in software development and machine learning.

Lee has published numerous essays, podcasts, novels, short stories, and research papers on a variety of topics ranging from the science behind radiation exposure to the influence of the Royal Navy on Jane Austen’s writing.

His work has appeared in Scientific American,, Elemental, PLOS One, Nucleic Acids Research, and has been used in various university curriculums.

Lee believes strongly in the power of using fiction and narrative structure to educate. His short story collection — Science Fictioned — is based on this idea, and debuted at #5 in Amazon’s Science Education category.

Lee also used a blend of science and narrative fiction when he was the host of the Everyday Einstein podcast, which consistently ranked in the top 10 science education podcasts on iTunes.

Lee and his wife and met while serving as volunteer missionaries in Brazil. They lived in the United Kingdom for two years, and love watching such action-packed British television as The Great British Bake Off.

Lee’s current aspirations include somehow managing to become a special guest on the improv comedy series Show Offs, and someday learning to load the dishwasher correctly.

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