Third Culture Kiwi Guides Lodestar

New Zealander Tim Radford (the “doyen” of UK science editors) is the Guardian‘s science editor and recently introduced their new weekly science supplement, Life. Radford has been the paper’s general science editor since 1988, as well as its arts and books editor – living proof, that “the two cultures thing” does not exist. Multidisciplinary by nature: “As a New Zealander he had seismology, vulcanology and animal husbandry as a natural part of his environment.” Life is already being hailed as a “lodestar” by the British science press.


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Digital Human Creator Uneeq Shares Its Tricks

Digital Human Creator Uneeq Shares Its Tricks

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