Lucy Goodchild van Hilten

After a few accidents, Lucy Goodchild van Hilten discovered that she’s a much better writer than a scientist. Following an MSc in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology at Imperial College London, she became Assistant Editor of Microbiology Today. A stint in the press office at Imperial saw her stories on the front pages, and she moved to Amsterdam to work at Elsevier as Senior Marketing Communications Manager for Life Sciences. She’s now a freelance writer at Tell Lucy. Tweet her @LucyGoodchild.


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How a child mortality intervention is bridging the poverty gap in Ghana
Antimicrobial resistance is a growing threat – data reveals which areas to research
Matching existing treatments to diseases that need them
Forget currency - economists should be looking at land use
Voodoo dolls, the Ig Nobel Prize and why headlines matter in academia
How getting uncomfortable in a new discipline leads to discovery
Want to beat depression? Be more active in the community
Helping authors find the best home for their article
Uncovering clues to the societal impact of research
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