Roger HIGHFIELD

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1958-07-11
Education Christ's Hosp, Pembroke Coll Oxford (Domus scholar, MA, DPhil), Queen Elizabeth House Oxford (Leverhulme fell), Balliol Coll Oxford (sabbatical fell)
Publications N/A
Recreations writing books, children
Clubs N/A
Style Dr Roger Highfield
Career news/clinical reporter Pulse 1983-84 (dep features ed), news ed Nuclear Engineering International 1984-86; The Daily Telegraph: technol corr 1986, technol ed 1987, science ed 1988-2008; ed New Scientist 2008-11, dir of external affrs Science Museum Gp; memb Advsy Ctee Science Museum; former memb: Bioscience Futures Forum, Health Protection and Soc Advsy Gp, Communications and Public Enjoyment Ctee, Royal Acad of Engineering; former organiser of Live Lab nat experiments; organiser: Science Writer Awards, Visions of Science Awards; advsr Cheltenham Sci Festival; judge: Samuel Johnson Prize 2010, Wellcome Tst Book Prize 2011, Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine 2013, ABSW Award 2013, Eurostem Cell Non Fiction Writing Competition; memb Longitude Prize Ctee, memb Royal Acad of Engrg Communcations and Public Engagement Ctee; >ir< Medical Journalist Assoc Award 1987 and 1999 (runner-up 2001), Assoc of Br Sci Writers Awards 1988, 1995, 1997 and 1998, Br Press Awards Specialist Corr of the Year 1989 (commended 1991 and 2001), shortlisted Br Soc of Magazine Eds New Consumer Ed of the Year 2009 and 2010, cited by Save British Science as Campaigning Journalist of the Year, Cwlth Media Award 1994, Chemical Industries Assoc Award 1997, Royal Soc Wilkins-Bernal-Medawar Prize
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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