Jamie Morton is the NZ Herald's science reporter. Jamie, who joined the Herald in 2011, has worked as a journalist for more than a decade, covering a range of news rounds at newspapers around the country. The focus of his work spans from the latest developments in technology, innovation, big data and medical science, to natural disasters, conservation efforts and transformations in our environment. Jamie has travelled around the world to report on science, covering disaster recovery efforts in the US, Japan and China, negotiations at last year’s UN climate change summit in Paris, the construction of the planet’s largest radio telescope in Australia and concerning changes underway in Antarctica. Jamie has won several journalism awards, including Science and Environment Reporter of the Year at the 2013 Canon Media Awards and Science and Technology Reporter of the Year at the 2015 Canon Media Awards.