Sihinta Shembil

Content Writer

United States

I am a content writer looking for opportunities in female health writing. I aim to communicate female science and health to other women. With degrees in biotechnology and English literature, I know how to write scientific information in a way that the audience will understand and enjoy.

I have over five years of professional writing experience. This includes writing newspaper articles, website blogs, press releases, event reports, social media posts and, more.

My main interests are in fertility, reproductive system, embryology, endocrinology, and related topics. However, I enjoy writing on various topics too.


- Blog posts
- Web content
- Social media posts
- Journalism
- Academic papers
- Ghostwriting

CONTACT: [email protected]

Personal blog:

Below are a few examples of my work.

Women in Exploration
Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin - Women in Exploration

Cecilia Helena Payne-Gaposchkin was a British born American astrophysicist and astronomer. In 1925, she became the first person to earn a PhD in astronomy from Radcliffe College of Harvard University. Her doctoral thesis proposed that stars are composed primarily of hydrogen and helium, and that hydrogen was the overwhelming component of stars.

The Daily Star
Marina Farook talks women's health

Marina Farook is a nutritionist and health coach who helps women reconnect with their physical, mental and spiritual strength, using nutrition and strength training. She shares her research-backed insight about female health and fertility for young women in Dhaka. Whether young women want to be mothers or not, should they be concerned about their fertility?

The Daily Star
National Finale of Famelab 2019 held

The National Finale of Famelab 2019, hosted by British Council, took place on March 23 in The Westin Dhaka. Famelab, the world's leading science communication competition, requires each contestant to present a STEM topic of their choice with content, clarity and charisma in three minutes, using props.

The Daily Star
New hope for Asian Giant Tortoises

Creative Conservation Alliance (CCA), a government registered nonprofit organisation centered on environmental conservation, and the Bangladesh Forest Department, bred land tortoises in captivity, for the first time in Bangladesh's history. Asian Giant Tortoises (Manouriaemys), which can weigh up to 37 kg and live up to 150 years, predate dinosaurs.

The Daily Star
Beating odds, mother and son reunite

On February 13, 2018, Mohammad Siam, aged 9, stormed out of his home after his mother scolded him for not studying. He went to a nearby park and was greeted by an insidious man. They chatted and ate snacks before the man suggested that they should go somewhere.

The Daily Star
Garbageman: An architect's quest for a greener city

The saying, "One man's trash is another man's treasure" rings true for Fahim Uddin Shuvo, Founder of Garbageman. During his undergraduate education in Architecture at North South University, Shuvo saw the problematic lack of waste disposal methods. Notably, around 5000 tonne of waste is dumped daily into landfills.

The Daily Star
Why wait for others when we can do it ourselves?

While some of us sit and wait for the world to change, others step up and create change themselves. A Managing Director of a commercial bank, who wishes to remain anonymous, and his three daughters are prime examples of how individuals can improve our society.