Tim Radford - Keynote Address at the 2011 Science Communication Conference (1 of 5)

May 25, 2011, 07:26 PM
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Tim Radford spent 32 years at the Guardian and was, until 2005, its science editor. He has been a journalist since joining the NZ Herald in 1957. He has won five awards from the Association of British Science Writers and has just published The Address Book. Tim gave his thoughts on how blogging has impacted on the field of journalism, how UK science communication is doing compared to other countries and other tales from the field.