Adrienne has been reporting and writing on science and technology since 1993 and has interviewed many of the visionaries of the genomics and biotech revolutions, from James Watson to George Rathmann to Craig Venter. In 2000 she became the founding editor of the b2b magazine Genome Technology and a member of the editorial team at GenomeWeb.com. In 2004 Adrienne spent three months in India covering the bio-IT outsourcing trend. More recently, she was an executive editor and director of public outreach at the New York Academy of Sciences, writing and producing podcasts and events about innovations in science and technology. For Techonomy, she covers the technologies of personal genomics, the quantified self movement, and DIY biology that are poised to transform the practice of medicine and the business of biotechnology. Two of her 2013 articles for Techonomy were awarded first place for technology reporting by the Connecticut Press Club.