Roger Highfield: 80 per cent executive at the Science Museum Group / 20 per cent author, journalist and broadcaster. Views expressed here are 100 per cent his own.
UK scientists hail success of GM fish oil plants trial http://t.co/fZ3jIPDLwK
Here are a few of my latest articles. There are more in my archive.
Longitude Prize - technologies that rise to the challenge of antibiotic resistance
Roger Highfield on the first crop of entries to the world's most inspirational innovation prize
Space pioneer Alexei Leonov on the birth of the space age
Roger Highfield spent a day in the Science Museum with the twice hero of the Soviet Union, Alexei Leonov
Secret of Scientific Creativity revealed by Andre Geim, 'godfather of graphene'
Roger Highfield talks to Nobelist Andre Geim at the Hay Festival
Why a scientists is a layperson
Should scientific papers have a lay summary? Roger Highfield discusses in the Royal Society blog
Three centuries of citizen science
Roger Highfield charts the relentless rise of the citizen scientist
Where to find 6 million minds
Roger Highfield on how the research councils should work more with museums
A remarkable moment for science
Roger Highfield on the Commons vote in favour of mitochondrial donation
Cravings: How to Trick the Brain Into Thinking You're Full
The first obesity electroceuticals have been approved, and will trick the brain into thinking the gut is full.
Between regular-I and AI
Roger Highfield's response to the Edge question: what do you think about machines that think?
London, not Oxbridge, is the powerhouse of British universities
Roger Highfield on the latest Research Excellence Framework