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.
"It’s still too early to tell if the signal is coming from an extraterrestrial civilization" https://t.co/uMOPmHShlW
Here are a few of my latest articles. There are more in my archive.
How the art of eclipses changed science
Chilling appearance of an apparent hole in the sky provides a fascinating portal through which to view the culture of the day, reports Roger Highfield
GM insect research can be a lifesaver, and London leads the way
Scientists are using genetically modified mosquitoes to control the spread of diseases such as malaria and Zika
How Pokemon Go saved our family summer holiday
'It was jaw-dropping to have our teenage son demanding to go outside'
Global threat of antibiotic resistance inspires Superbug app game
The Science Museum has helped inspire a new game released today by the Longitude Prize, reports Roger Highfield
Brian Cox and the forces of nature
Brian Cox stars in his first BBC One seriesRoger Highfield describes a Royal Society event to celebrate his latest foray into popular science.
Colliding worlds: the advance of art-sci
Are art, technology and science starting to merge to create a new art movement, art-sci?
The Creation of Frankenstein
On the 200th anniversary of its birth, Roger Highfield discusses its enduring influence
Supercomputer bid to create the first truly personalised medicine
Milestone simulation (that ended at 6am today) provides a glimpse of the future of medicine
Ultimate molecular machine plays key role in superbug fight
At a Hay Festival event sponsored by the Royal Society, Roger Highfield interviewed the President of the Society, Nobelist Venki Ramakrishnan