Clare Wilson

Biomedical reporter

Location icon United Kingdom

I am an award-winning medical reporter at New Scientist, the world’s leading science and technology magazine and website. I have been a writer and editor at the magazine for 16 years. Before that, I wrote for a doctor's weekly newspaper called Hospital Doctor, and a newsletter for the pharmaceutical industry, called Scrip. At New Scientist, I report on everything life-science-related, from Ageing to Zika. My exploits include watching brain surgery close-up, having my pain threshold tested while lying in a brain scanner and a trip in the European Space Agency’s vomit comet.

Portfolio

Analysis pieces

Feature-length articles

New Scientist
01/22/2011
Pain be gone

Winner of Guild of Health Writers 2012 award for Best Feature in a Weekly Consumer Magazine

News stories and interviews

New Scientist
11/06/2010
Ian M Banks

A Q&A with the famed sci fi author

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