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David Bodanis (19??-)

An American, born in Chicago, David Bodanis has lived in the UK for many years. He lectured at the University of Oxford for many years, where he designed and taught the university's main survey of social studies, entitled "An Intellectual Tool-Kit". A frequent adviser to Shell's scenario unit on long-term technological trends, he has also worked on innovation and scenarios with BMW's Innovation Unit, Accenture, General Motors, Pfizer, and many other firms. His book E=mc2, was published in 26 countries, and his previous bestseller, The Secret House, has recently been reissued.

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