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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.
14
Sep
Oldest recorded origins of 'zero', the Bakhshali manuscript
Roger Highfield and Matt Kimberley on a star of forthcoming Illuminating India exhibition
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11
Sep
This AI could hold the key to decoding human intelligence
The subject of intelligence remains contentious. But can artificial intelligence help us understand the brain in entirely new ways?
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01
Sep
Post truth: how the internet weaponized lies
Rise of the post-truth era and what it means for science.
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14
Aug
How to build a virtual human
Roger Highfield announces a special event that will explore how to build a virtual human, in partnership with the CompBioMed initiative
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10
Aug
Nullius in verba: Science in the post-truth era
Roger Highfield discusses an upcoming event in the Science Museum with Fiona Fox, Matthew d'Ancona, James Ball and Evan Davis.
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02
Jul
Lack of sleep is making us dumber
Adrian Owen, the neuroscientist behind a huge new survey, tells Roger Highfield how a lack of shut-eye ravages our IQ
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27
Jun
Take part in the world's largest sleep study
With a giant online test, Adrian Owen hopes to find the secrets of slumber
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02
Jun
In Conversation with Geoffrey West
Roger Highfield discusses West's new book, Scale
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19
May
The Universal Laws of Pretty Much Anything
Roger Highfield describes the pioneering research of Geoffrey West, who will discuss his latest book, Scale, in the Science Museum
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29
Apr
How weather forecasts could help develop 'designer' drugs personalised to your illness
Your doctor will eventually be able to design precisely the right drug to suit you by simulating the way it works using number-crunching services online, reports Roger Highfield
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