Category Archives: Science Policy

UK invests £65M in Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in US

At the Guardian.  

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Why I marched for science

Science will not make moral and political choices for us, or tell us what our goals should be. But it will help delineate the possibilities for achieving them At the Guardian. Some speeches and interviews, including one with me, are … Continue reading

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Accelerating News

Interview in CERN’s “Accelerating News“

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For the record…

Recently I was involved in discussions that led to a meeting of climate-change skeptics moving from UCL premises. As a result, a couple of articles appeared about me on a climate website and on the right-wing “Breitbart” site. In the more measured … Continue reading

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