"Science has a lot to learn from religion, and vice versa"
Anil Ananthaswamy is an award-winning science journalist and author. He is the deputy-editor of the New Scientist, and a Knight Science Journalism research fellow at MIT. He regularly contributes to Scientific American, Quanta, The Wall Street Journal and Literary Review, among countless others.
His first book, The Edge of Physics, voted 2010 book of the year by Physics World, found him travelling to the most extreme areas of Earth in order to observe the universe and answer the biggest questions in modern cosmology. His second book, The Man Who Wasn't There, takes an intimate look at the latest developments in psychology and neuroscience to investigate the elusive concept of the self.
"A skilled science journalist, Ananthaswamy excels at making theoretical concepts and experimental procedures both comprehensible and compelling.” Science