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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.
20
Apr
The Mind Readers
Thousands remain trapped between life and death. Three scientists are working to free them. Roger Highfield reports.
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20
Apr
Neuroscientists think they've proved we can communicate with 'locked-in' patients
Roger Highfield reports
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10
Apr
In conversation with James Lovelock
Roger Highfield talks to Jim Lovelock about his life, Gaia and everything
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01
Apr
Unlocking James Lovelock, science's greatest maverick
The great iconoclast James Lovelock is being honoured with a special exhibition at the Science Museum. Roger Highfield reports
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21
Mar
MH370 shows that we must regain respect for oceans
Pollution is wrecking our seas before we have had a chance to explore their treasure trove of diversity
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18
Feb
Why Hollywood warms to the chill of outer space
Roger Highfield on why Gravity is a front runner for the Oscars
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18
Feb
Does this body clock cause cancer?
Tinkering with the body's epigenetic 'clock' might hold the key to arresting disease and even ageing
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12
Feb
Time is running out to save the rhino
As demand for horn surges, world leaders gathered by Prince Charles and Prince William need to act fast to save this increasingly endangered species
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12
Jan
Edge Question: What Scientific Idea is Ready for Retirement?
"Evolution is True"
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07
Jan
Can DNA reign supreme in the digital dark age?
Scientists may have found the formula for preserving data for future generations in the face of planned technological obsolescence, reports Roger Highfield
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