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Grand challenges facing scientists and Nature

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Dr Philip Campbell is the editor-in-chief of Nature, the world’s most cited journal. Originally a researcher of upper atmosphere physics, he joined Nature in 1979, became physical sciences editor in 1982 and was appointed editor-in-chief in 1995. He heads a team of 90 editorial staff across the world, and has direct responsibility for Nature’s editorials and the long term quality of all Nature publications. From the experience of his long career in scientific publishing, he will discuss what makes a good story and the importance of good communication in research papers.

Everyone is welcome. Free for members, £2 on the door for non-members. Followed by refreshments (that means smoothies, cheese and grapes!).

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