Paul Rincon

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Paul Rincon (born 1977) is a British journalist specialising in science and technology. He currently works as a science journalist for BBC News, where he has reported across online, radio and television platforms. He covers a wide range of subjects, including astronomy, manned and robotic spaceflight, human evolution and particle physics.
Popular science[edit]
Rincon received a special citation at the 2009 Sir Arthur Clarke Awards, held at Charterhouse School in Godalming, UK, where the BBC News Science Team was awarded the prize for best space reporting.
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Paul Rincon at Journalisted
Sir Arthur Clarke Awards 2009
Frozen baby mammoth coverage, Knight Science Journalism Tracker (MIT)
Active glacier found on Mars, Knight Science Journalism Tracker (MIT)