Session 3: Next people, next places, next science
The Atlas of Ideas: Mapping the new geography of science, day1. Speaker: Philip Campbell, Editor-in-Chief, Nature
17 January 2007 Research seminars
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- Forums in China - Nature and Nature journals’ statistics - Visits by me and colleagues - Feedback - Articles in publications (Nature, Science, SciDev.Net..) - Quasi-evidence-based! This informal and partly subjective talk is no substitute for a formal survey.
About the speaker
Philip Campbell is the Editor-in-Chief of Nature and the Editor-in-Chief of Nature publications. His first degree was in aeronautical engineering, following which he took an MSc in astrophysics (Queen Mary College London), and a PhD in upper atmospheric physics (Leicester University). He joined Nature in 1979, becoming physical sciences editor in 1982. He left Nature in 1988 to be the founding editor of Physics World. He took up his present position in December 1995. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics and a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society.
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