The Guardian profile: Susan Greenfield

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In the media and on the lecture circuit she is a star, a rapid-fire expert in neurochemistry. She has been showered with honours. But she is not a fellow of the Royal Society, and the leaking of her rejection rankles

Tim Radford, science editor
Friday April 30, 2004
The Guardian

Susan Greenfield is not a fellow of the Royal Society. She has very little to say about that. On the other hand she is a force in British science, and she knows it. She is a professor of pharmacology at Oxford, which even in the bitchy world of British academics counts for something.

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