Tuesday 8th March 2016
5.45pm to 7.00pm
Simpkins Lee Theatre
Sarah Boseley, James Randerson and Dr Hannah Devlin write about health, the environment and science for the Guardian. How do you write for the general public without dumbing down?
Sarah Boseley is the health editor of the Guardian. She has won a number of awards for her work on HIV/Aids in Africa, including the One World Media world (twice) and the European section of the Lorenzo Natali prize, awarded by the European commission. She is the author of ‘The Shape We’re In: How Junk Food and Diets Are Shortening Our Lives’, published by Guardian Faber. James Randerson is assistant national news editor for the Guardian. He has particular responsibility for environment, science and technology news. He was previously the paper’s science correspondent. Dr Hannah Devlin is the Guardian’s science correspondent, having previously been science editor of the Times. She has a PhD in biomedical imaging from Wolfson College, Oxford.
If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests are welcome.
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