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Kevin Orrman-Rossiter

Kevin Orrman-Rossiter is a freelance science writer and reviewer. Originally a research physicist in industry and academia, he has since worked as a marketer, strategist, and consultant. He has published non-fiction articles and reviews in publications such as Books+Publishing, Cosmos, Australian Science, Science book a day, as well as on his own blogs: Lucid Thoughts and Dragon laughing.

Kevin Orrman-Rossiter reviews 'Graeme Clark' by Mark Worthing

October 2015, no. 375 29 September 2015
The story of Graeme Clark and the cochlear implant is often seen as the exception to the research trope lauding the brilliance of Australians at basic research but lamenting their ineptness commercialising these opportunities. This book is an adulatory story of Clark’s life. Clark’s exceptional and driven journey is breathlessly related by Worthing. Graduating in medicine from the University ... (read more)