Jon Turney is a UK-based science writer and author. His articles and reviews have appeared in Times Higher Education, The Guardian, New Scientist, Green Futures and elsewhere. From 1993-2003 he taught at the Department of Science and Technology Studies at University College, London. His books include Frankenstein's Footsteps (1998), which won the BMA Award for popular medical book of the year, Lovelock and Gaia (2005) and The Rough Guide to the Future (2010), which was shortlisted for the Royal Society's science book prize.
Turney is a director of environmental communications specialist Real World Visuals.
Follow him on Twitter @jonwturney.