Peter Moore is a medical journalist and honorary fellow of Trinity College, Bristol. He is Chairman of the Medical Journalists' Association and winner of numerous awards for his journalism, inclding the MJA Tony Thistlewaite Award for his most recent book, Blood and Justice. He lectures in ethics, and has held a range of post-doctoral research fellowships with The Wellcome Trust and British Heart Foundation.
Mark Frary is an award-winning science and technology writer, speaker and author. Since graduating from University College London with a first class degree in astronomy and physics, his career has spanned research into spacecraft at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory, work on the large electron-position collider at CERN, and research into particle physics in Geneva. His work appears regularly in the London Times and other periodicals. He is the author of DE/CIPHER and How To Get a Sofa Around A Corner, and the co-author of Codebreaker (with Stephen Pincock).