Sue Nelson

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Susan Nelson (born 5 June 1961)[1] is a science writer and broadcaster and a former BBC science correspondent.

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She was a presenter of The Material World on BBC Radio 4. Nelson has also presented a number of science series on Radio 4, including Britain's Modern Brunels and Citizen Scientist in 2006.

She has been awarded both the Association of British Science Writer’s Award and a BT Technology Journalist Award.

Nelson was presenter of Formula Five on BBC Radio 5 from 1990 to 1994 and is co-author of How to Clone the Perfect Blonde.

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