The Royal Society @royalsociety The Royal Society is a Fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. Jun. 11, 2019 1 min read

We’re thrilled to announce the judges for the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize 2019. They have the enviable burden of choosing the best popular science book of the year #SciBooks 

Dorothy Koomson is the award-winning author of bestselling novels including ‘The Friend’, ‘That Girl From Nowhere’ and ‘The Chocolate Run’. She is a passionate advocate for the importance of reading and literacy. #Scibooks

Former Controller of Radio 4 and 4 Extra Gwyneth Williams joins our panel. She brings a wealth of experience in public service broadcasting and a keen ear for a great story to the panel #scibooks

Nigel Shadolt FRS is a leading figure in computer science and research into artificial intelligence. He was elected to the Fellowship in 2017 and is one of the architects of the modern information age #Scibooks

Shukry Habib is a Sir Henry Dale Fellow and a cellular biologist. When not unpicking the inner workings of stem cells, he does public engagement work with @ScienceMuseum lates #scibooks #rs_researchfellow

Stephen McGann will be familiar to many as Dr. Turner from ‘Call the Midwife’, but he has a deep love of science. He was awarded an MSc in Science Communication by @ImperialCollege and regularly speaks and writes on science topics #Scibooks

Find out more about the Royal Society Insight Investment Book Prize and the past winners on our website #Scibooks 

You can follow @royalsociety.


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