Lone Frank

Science Columnist, Weekendavisen
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Lone Frank is a Danish science journalist and author with a Ph.D. in neurobiology and a background in biomedical research. She lives in Copenhagen where she is the senior science correspondent for Weekendavisen and produces a weekly radio show on science, technology and culture. She is widely invited as a speaker and her writings have appeared in international publications such as Science, Nature, New Scientist, The Guardian and Newsweek. Frank has written and hosted a number of science documentaries, latest GENETIC ME which won an AAAS Kavli Award for best science documentary in 2015
Her latest books are MINDFIELD (Oneworld, 2009), MY BEAUTIFUL GENOME (Oneworld, 2011) which was shortlisted for The Royal Society’s Winton Prize for Science Books and THE PLEASURE SHOCK (Dutton, 2018). Her books have been translated into several languages including German, Dutch, Russian, Norwegian,
Swedish and Chinese.
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