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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.
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Here are a few of my latest articles. There are more in my archive.
06
Mar
Three centuries of citizen science
Roger Highfield charts the relentless rise of the citizen scientist
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11
Feb
Where to find 6 million minds
Roger Highfield on how the research councils should work more with museums
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06
Feb
A remarkable moment for science
Roger Highfield on the Commons vote in favour of mitochondrial donation
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24
Jan
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.
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17
Jan
Between regular-I and AI
Roger Highfield's response to the Edge question: what do you think about machines that think?
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19
Dec
London, not Oxbridge, is the powerhouse of British universities
Roger Highfield on the latest Research Excellence Framework
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19
Dec
How Eddie Redmayne Got Stephen Hawking to Lend Him His Voice
The actor tells Roger Highfield how he portrayed the world's best known scientist
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17
Dec
How Eddie Redmayne Mastered Stephen Hawking's Voice
Roger Highfield writes about upcoming Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything.
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16
Dec
New 'Virtual Laboratory' will change how we approach material chemistry
Roger Highfield discusses the practical applications of this advance
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04
Dec
Asteroid Day at the Science Museum
Lord Rees and Dr Brian May launch an international mission to save the world
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