Lone Frank is an award-winning science journalist and author with a Ph.D. in neurobiology and a background in biomedical research. A native of Denmark, she lives in Copenhagen and is a well-known voice in European debates relating to science, technology, and society. She is widely invited as a public speaker and her writings have appeared in publications such as Science and Nature as well as a range of international newspapers and magazines. Frank regularly appears as a commentator on Danish radio and television and she has co-produced and presented a number of science documentaries for the Danish National Broadcasting Corporation. Her latest books are Mindfield and My Beautiful Genome which have both won critical acclaim and been translated into several languages. My Beautiful Genome was shortlisted for The Royal Society’s Winton Prize for Science Books.