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Highfield
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.
02
Dec
Cards on the table
Did the International Year of the Periodic Table have its expected impact?
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21
Nov
The Mathematics of Everyday Life
Roger Highfield introduced Tim Gowers and Hannah Fry at the latest Oxford Mathematics London Public Lecture in the Science Museum.
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09
Nov
JAMES LOVELOCK'S GREATEST EPIPHANY: QUEST FOR LIFE ON MARS
Roger Highfield, Science Director, describes a key moment in the independent scientist's efforts to detect life on Mars
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29
Oct
WE NEED A BIG CONVERSATION ABOUT AI
Roger Highfield, Science Director, highlights how we need new ways to engage bigger audiences in discussions about the future of artificial intelligence.
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28
Oct
CELEBRATING A RECORD-BREAKING WIDESCREEN WEEKEND
This year's celebration of the most sensual cinema offered more immersive experiences to more people than ever before, reports Roger Highfield
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18
Oct
COMPETITION PROVIDES LIFEBLOOD OF SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
https://blog.sciencemuseum.org.uk/competition-provides-lifeblood-of-science-communication/
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04
Oct
Quantum Computing: Myths and Misconceptions
Roger HIghfield reports on an event about the future of quantum computing
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24
Sep
The Problem With Digital Computers
A study claims that digital computers are not always accurate because of the flawed nature of the numbers that they rely on, reports Science Director Roger Highfield
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05
Sep
What does 'race science' look like in the 21st century?
Roger Highfield, Science Director, reports on a recent discussion of the toxic fiction that is 'race science'.
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03
Sep
Hang out with the first tech hipsters - in 1660s London
Roger Highfield on how the history of bleeding edge innovation goes back much further than many realise
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