Emily Kaiser

Emily Kaiser

Associate Digital Producer, MPR News
Minnesota Public Radio
ekaiser@mpr.org

Emily Kaiser is an associate digital producer for MPR News with Kerri Miller. Before joining MPR in November 2011, Emily was the online content producer at Washington City Paper and staff writer at City Pages. Emily holds a print journalism degree from the University of Minnesota.

Emily Kaiser Feature Archive

Trans fat
Two nutritional experts explain the FDA decision, why trans fat is in our food and our current understanding of a healthy diet. ( 06/18/2015)
Airport travelers
Two travel experts discuss sites where you can stay at someone's home, eat a meal with a stranger or get a local resident to give you a tour. (MPR News Update, 06/11/2015)
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Opens In San
Marketplace Tech's Ben Johnson analyzes the latest announcements. ( 06/11/2015)
"He was responsible for the rise of a kind of very political, very partisan way of delivering the news," she said on MPR News. (MPR News Update, 06/11/2015)
The latest research shows your gut microbiome has a profound connection to a number of diseases and issues facing humans today: Diabetes, Crohn's disease, obesity, asthma, allergies and other autoimmune diseases. (MPR News Update, 06/09/2015)
"The leadership has to change," she said on MPR News. "It just has to." (MPR News Update, 06/08/2015)
Three University of Minnesota professors explain the state's geological history, its mineral wealth and what we still don't know about mining safety. ( 06/05/2015)
The U.S. Supreme Court sided with a Muslim woman who said Abercrombie and Fitch discriminated against her because she wore a headscarf. ( 06/04/2015)
As Congress becomes increasingly divided and politically partisan, there's a "centrist premium" for candidates wanting to stay moderate, says Republic 3.0 Editor Anne Kim. ( 06/02/2015)
Saturday is Obscura Day, celebrating the world of weird, odd and unique spots worldwide. ( 05/29/2015)
"We need programs and policies where young people are taught very early in schools about healthy sexuality," former Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders said. ( 05/29/2015)
"The billionaire class can't have it all," Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders tells MPR News as he prepares for a Minnesota campaign stop Sunday, the first here by a declared 2016 candidate. (MPR News Update, 05/29/2015)
By 2025, millennials will be 75 percent of the workforce. They want "leaders that are more humane, that have greater social skills, that are more qualitative versus quantitative," says Stephen Blair Venable of Surgo Consulting. (MPR News Update, 05/27/2015)
Minnesota often receives credit for being a more progressive state after the Civil War. But there's important nuance that shapes our state today. ( 05/26/2015)
As more states, including Minnesota, allow limited use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, scientists are expanding research efforts to understand how marijuana and the chemicals it contains interact with the body. (MPR News Update, 05/26/2015)