Penny Sarchet doesn’t think of herself as a detective, but she’s been acting like one. She recently received a prize for her science essay on the nocebo effect, one of the winning entries in a writing contest sponsored by the Wellcome Trust in association with The Guardian and The Observer , who have been on the lookout throughout the UK for the next generation of outstanding science writers.
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