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The Science & Public Affairs Editorial Committee
Science & Public Affairs September
The Science & Public Affairs editorial committee draws together individuals from a range of backgrounds to ensure that the magazine encompasses the important developments in science policy, that it reaches the people who matter and presents it in the best possible way.
The committee is chaired by Dr Nancy Lane from the Department of Zoology at Cambridge.
Other members include:
Wendy Barnaby, Editor
Vanessa Spedding, News Editor
Anjana Ahuja, Science Correspondent, The Times

Lloyd Anderson, Director of Science, British Council

Peter Collins, Director of Science Policy, The Royal Society
Clive Cookson, Science Editor, Financial Times
David Cope, Director, Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology
Peter Cotgreave, Director, Save British Science
David Fisk, Chief Scientist, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions
Ian Gibson, MP, Member of the House of Commons Science & Technology Committee
Dougal Goodman, Director, Foundation for Science and Technology
Clare Matterson, Director of Medicine, Society and History, The Wellcome Trust

Jacqueline Mitton, Royal Astronomical Society

Ken Okona-Mensah, Scientific Writer, Imperial College
Sandy Thomas, Director, Nuffield Council on Bioethics