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The original Sciencebase - Science blog from the real David Bradley

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I am a freelance science journalist, have been for more than 25 years, writing for a wide range of magazines, newspapers and websites. My website started life in 1995, as a blog before there were blogs, where I posted science news, interviews, opinion pieces, it became sciencebase.com in July 1999.

Deceived Wisdom - The "book of the blog"

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Deceived Wisdom, published by E&T Books, and available from all good outlets peaked at #1 on amazon. You can buy it for immediate download for your e-reader from here. An Audible edition narrated by actor Kris Dyer is also available.

David Bradley - Science journalist

I originally trained in chemistry and after working in the US ended up as an editor at the Royal Society of Chemistry. I have written for many publications including New Scientist, Science, Nature, Popular Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, BioTechniques, American Scientist, MIT Technology Review, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph...and have contributed to several popular science books. I also started, or helped start, early web-based news sites for several organisations in the mid to late 1990s. You can find out more and contact me here.

Songs of Experience - The album

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Dave Bradley's attempt at musical world domination: self-penned acrostic acoustic and eclectic electric original songs and collaborations with the likes of Eddie "Andoran" Bryant, Derek "Monostone" Ham, Adrian "Don't look, listen" Hillier. Featuring the Floydalike "Put them on hold", a Rush-U2 hybrid "Worry about it later" and the wonderful sax sound of "Andoran" on "Escape to the stars".

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