Tag: Kings College London

The deadly danger that you can’t see

Deadly danger

Many countries have banned landmines, but millions continue to lie in wait for unsuspecting victims. The methods used to find and deal with them have had to keep pace with their increasing sophistication.

Check out my latest piece for BBC Future in full below or by following this link to the original.

“Danger: Minefield” are two words with an almost unsurpassed power to stop you in your tracks. It is Paul Heslop’s job to step past them.

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What is the right balance between copyright and access to education?

Publishing Perspectives

I have been busy writing some great stories so it’s good to be back on my blog with these two stories that I wrote for the New York based Publishing Perspectives’ spring magazine.

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