Sally Adee

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Bio: Sally Adee is a technology editor and writer at New Scientist, where she has covered energy, space technology and neurotechnology. She received her master’s in science writing at the Johns Hopkins University, where she also did her undergraduate work in the Writing Seminars programme. Before joining New Scientist she spent several years on the semiconductor beat at IEEE Spectrum, where she covered the Blue Brain project, next-generation prosthetics, and DARPA’s project to find hidden kill switches in microprocessors, an investigation that won a National Press Club award. She is interested in the growing recognition of electricity’s vast and varied workings in the human body, and in the inevitable rise of the robots.

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