The following section is Steve Baragona's VOA News biography.
Steve Baragona is an award-winning multimedia journalist covering science, environment and health. He spent eight years in molecular biology and infectious disease research before deciding that writing about science was more fun than doing it. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a master’s degree in journalism in 2002.
|14 March 2011||Congress Considers Cutting Gasoline Makers' Ethanol Subsidy||Steve Baragona, VOA News|
|7 March 2014||Beet Juice Fights Icy Roads||Steve Baragona, VOA News|
|19 May 2014||Eagerly-awaited Technology Turns Garbage into Fuel||Steve Baragona, VOA News|
|22 October 2017||Electric Vehicles Poised to Go Mainstream||Steve Baragona, VOA News|
|13 January 2018||Report: Traffic Fatalities Hold Back Developing Economies||Steve Baragona, VOA News|
|9 January 2019||Price Tag Proposed in US for Tailpipe CO2 Emissions||Steve Baragona, VOA News|
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