Hank Campbell is an award-winning science writer, best-selling author, and founder of the world-famous Science 2.0 movement to increase scientist and public participation in science issues and policy. His work has appeared in most major American newspapers and in magazines like New Scientist, Wired and GQ. He has so alarmed anti-science activists that they have deleted his page on Wikipedia and petitioned editors to have him banned from USA Today, Wall Street Journal and Google News. Despite their efforts, you can still find his media listing on IMDB, his books on Amazon, and approximately 1,500 articles on Science 2.0 and the ACSH website. He travels between California and Washington, DC.
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