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Roger Highfield

Roger Highfield

Roger Highfield is the editor of New Scientist magazine. He has written/co-authored half a dozen books, including The Private Lives of Albert Einstein(currently under development as a biopic); The Physics of Christmas and the bestseller, The Arrow of Time. For two decades, until 2008, he was the science editor of The Daily Telegraph, where he won various prizes for journalism, including a British Press Award, organised a long running science writing competition, and developed mass experiments with the BBC. For his doctoral research at Oxford he became the first person to bounce a neutron off a soap bubble.