Adam Rogers

Adam Rogers is a Senior Editor at Wired magazine in San Francisco. More

Adam Rogers is a Senior Editor at Wired magazine in San Francisco. He edits feature stories about science, politics, military and law enforcement technology, and other subjects, as well as serving as one of the editors of the front-of-the-book Start section. He has written about stem cell research funding, online scientific journals, the technology of Cirque du Soleil, and the future of comic books. Rogers was also a correspondent and writer for Wired Science, the nationally broadcast science newsmagazine on PBS.

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