Articles By John Stein
 
September 2012
Omega 3s may be overhyped by some of their supporters, but they are vital to our health and wellbeing
 
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April 2010
The Royal Institution has made a huge mistake by sacking its media-friendly director
 
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September 2009
The best way to give working-class children a better chance in life is to offer education vouchers
 
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May 2009
Human bodies are simply not built to consume the unhealthy diet we eat nowadays
 
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January 2009
Literacy teaching has undergone massive changes, but more are needed in the modern world
 
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July 2008
By blocking the construction of the new Oxford ­laboratories, ­animal-rights activists are ­harming the university, the public and the animals themselves
 
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About John Stein

John Stein is a Professor of Neuroscience at Magdalen College, Oxford. His research focuses on the control of movement and behaviour in animals, neurological patients, dyslexics and young offenders.

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