Bora Zivkovic is the blog editor at Scientific American magazine. Born in Belgrade, Serbia (then Yugoslavia) he majored in biochemistry and molecular biology in high school, trained horses, and studied veterinary medicine at University of Belgrade. Upon arrival in the United States, Zivkovic did research on circadian rhythms in Japanese quail at North Carolina State University. Together with Anton Zuiker, he organizes the popular annual ScienceOnline conferences in Triangle region of North Carolina. He is the series editor of Open Laboratory, the annual anthology of the best science writing on the Web.
Zivkovic lives out in the country in North Carolina and uses the power of the internet to his advantage: being connected to the world while enjoying the natural surroundings. He writes at A Blog Around The Clock.