I am regularly interviewed by the print/digital media and some highlight publications include Fortune, Vogue, Wallpaper*, BBC Focus, Wired and the Times Higher Education
XL Semanal (2013, Nov 24) Visionarios: El mundo en 2050
Aargauer Zeitung, Switzerland (2013, July 13) Bioethiker Andy Miah: «Menschen werden mit der Technik verschmelzen
The Guardian, UK (2013, June 6) The future of robotics: in a transhuman world, the disabled will be the ones without prosthetic limbs
BBC Magazine (2012, March 25) Has Street View changed the way we behave?
The Telegraph (2013, Feb 9) Australian drugs scandal reveals how criminal underworld’s vice-like grip is choking sport by Nick Houl8
Wired Magazine, UK (2013, Jan 30) Lance Armstrong should be celebrated as a pioneer in human enhancement
New York Times, USA (2013, Jan 20) So Long, Lance. Next, 21st-Century Doping, by David Ewing Duncan
International Business Time, USA (2012, Oct 22) Lance Armstrong Loses Titles; Will Doping Culture Change?, by Roxanne Palmer
Le Temps, Switzerland (2012, Oct 13) Ces filles qui se laissent tenter par la cour des garçons, by Thomas Dayer
TV New Zealand (2012, Sept 10) Sport in a teacup: The week that was (September 3 – 9), by David Agnew
Wired Magazine (2012, September 7) The Olympics would be better if athletes were allowed to take drugs, by Ian Steadman
Reuters (2012, September 3) Pistorius Claim is weak say sports scientist [nb. not me!], by Toby Davis
Fortune Magazine (2012, Aug 29) Advanced prosthetics are about to transform sport, by Rachel Tiplady
BBC News (2012, Aug 29) Paralympics: Should technology push athletes beyond their limits? by Dave Lee
The Independent (2012, Aug 23) The cheat gene: Could the next step in sporting fraud come from manipulating DNA? by Steve Connor
Los Angeles Times (2012, Aug 14) For Olympians, faster, higher, stronger — no longer? by Chris Birdick
Associated Press (2012, Aug 12) National pride runs through Olympics, now as ever
Globe & Mail (2012, Aug 7) Bracing for the next wave of sports cheats: Genetic dopers by James Christie
The Sunday Express (2012, Aug 5) Rise of the Mutants by Danny Buckland
House Magazine (August 2012)
Wallpaper* Magazine (2012, August), Olympic feature
The Scientist (2012, July 26) Frankenlympics? by Bob Grant
Nature (2012, July 18) Performance enhancement: Superhuman athletes, by Helen Thompson
British Medical Journal (2012, July 18) Performance enhancing drugs or techniques may exist that can’t yet be detected, experts admit by Nigel Hawkes
The Boston Globe (2012, July 15) Just what’s wrong with doping? by Joshua Rothman
Associated Press (2012, July ) Olympics awash in Twitter, for better or worse
BBC (2012, July 25) Testing times: Injecting reality into the war on doping by Matt McGrath
The Daily Mail (2012, July 19) Forget the Olympics – Here come the superhuman games for genetically enhanced athletes
AFP (2012, July 16) GMO in Sport? Genetically Modified Olympians
El Pais (2012, June 12) Profile piece “Más posibilidad de elegir trae más incertidumbre”
Scotland on Sunday (2012 April) 4-page profile piece in Spectrum magazine, by Anna Burnside
AFP (2011, Nov 23) La lutte antidopage, un “dogme inquiétant” pour certains
New Statesman (2011, Sept) The Agenda
Tone Magazine (2011, May) The Tomorrow People
Wired Magazine (2011, March 9) The Cutting Edge: How MMA Fighters Face Pugilistic Plastic Surgery
Times Higher Education (2010, Aug 19) All about me, dot com
The Times (2010, May) The next sat nav revolution is afoot, by Ed Chipperfield
BBC Focus Magazine (2010, May) Lead feature on Superhuman
Granville Magazine, Canada (2010, Feb 22) Fresh Media 2010.
Westender, Canada (2010, Jan 21) W2 seeks to democratize Olympic coverage
The Observer (2010, Jan 10) Is the rise of the super-athlete ruining sport? By D. Runciman, Sport Monthly Magazine.
Re:Public, Greece (2009) Andy Miah, Human Enhancement and the Accumulation of Biocultural Capital, interview by Marc Roux
H+ Magazine (2009, Summer) Andy Miah, Sports Doping and the Enhancement Enlightenment, interview by Kristi Scott, pp.
The Times (2009, Feb 22) Burnside, A. Scot media professor Andy Miah tackles future
The National, Abu Dhabi (2009, Feb 8) Bardsley, D. Genetic Testing Creates Dilemmas
The Scotsman (2008, November 28) Clare Smith, Profile Piece, 2-page spread,
The Independent (2008, October 18) Miranda Byrant, The SAAB Question Everything Series: Visionaries, p.15.
The Daily Mail (2008, Aug 22) The Tainted Olympics,
The Evening Standard (2008, Aug 5) Bhatia, Shekir. Beijing on alert for invisible GM drugs.
The Kansas Star (2008, May) Sam Mellinger Gene doping is next frontier of performance enhancers in sports,
ESPN The Magazine (2008, April 23) Let ‘Em Play, Feature on Prosthetic Enhancements in Sport.
The Independent, UK: Walker, Tim. (2007, 12 Sept) Always out in front? Keeping up with drug cheats
Liberation, France: Dimeo, Par Dino. (2007, July 7) Oui, car le sport de haut niveau est deja soi [Questions and Answers].
Vogue Magazine, Australia: Walker, Suzanne. (2007, April) Talent Quest, feature on the engineering of talent, p.182-184.
The Observer (2007, February 4) McKie, Robin. The Drugs do Work
The Jordan Times, Jordan: Haines, Cheryl. (2006, Nov 22) Students debate implications of doping in sports.
Globe and Mail, Canada: MacGregor, Roy. (2006, Nov 15) Selecting children’s sports with $100 gene-test swabs leaves playtime in the cold.
Betterhumans, USA: Correspondent (2006, Oct 2) Gods and Monsters – human augmentation for athletes, legal or otherwise…
TCS Daily, USA: Ingdahl, Waldemar. (2006, Aug 11) Genes and Juice
Suleka, India: Natarajan, H. (2006, Aug 5). Hall of Shame: A New Entrant, Just In! Sulekha
Procycling magazine, UK. Friebe, Daniel. (2006, June) Gene Genies, pp.79-86.
MSNBC, Alexander, B. (2006, May 31). Is There a Right to Be Superhuman?
Wonderland Magazine, UK. Chiles, Lawrence (2006, Feb) This Sporting Life.
Standard Magazine, France. (2006, Feb) Post-humans vs. Athletes.
The Times, London: Ahuja, Anjana. (2005, Dec 19) Coming soon, the first Mighty Mouse Olympics, p.17.
Bloomberg, Ubha, Ravi.(2005, Dec 16) Drugs should be permitted, Profs say.
Globe and Mail. Toronto: Christie, J. (2005). Higher, faster, stronger — engineered? F9.
Politiken, Denmark: Bergsegal, D. (2005, Oct 16) Gendoping – vejen til en renere sport, pp.1-2.
The Times: Henderson, M. (2005, Sept 9) Scientist win right to create human embryo with three genetic parents, p.4.
BBC News Online: (2005, Sept 9) Concern over three-parent embryo http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4228712.stm BBC News Online: (2005, Sept 9)
Embryo with two mothers approved http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4225564.stm
BBC Focus Magazine: Witt, J. (2005). Super humans. BBC Focus. 153: 55-60.
Sunday Telegraph, London : Morgan, N. (2005, May 22). Gene therapy promises the holy grail A new technique to boost muscle growth offers a tantalising prospect for athletes p.013.
Orlando Sentinel, USA: Maese, R. (2005, May 22). Gene therapy’s impact on sports worries experts. http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/orl-asecgenes22a052205may22,0,7330815.story.
The Independent, London: Rudebeck, C. (2004, Apr 27) The Eyes Have It, pp.42-43.
Newsday (NYC): Dobie, R. (2005, Mar 20) Therapy or Enhancement? http://www.newsday.com/sports/ny-a4182762mar20,0,1805857.story?coll=ny-sports-headlines.
Chicago Tribune: http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/ny-a4182762mar20,1,7964130.story?coll=chi-newsnationworld-utl.
The Times (London): Chapman, J. (2004, Dec 21) Gene test for child’s sporting chance, p.10.
Drug War Chronicle: Beitler, S. (2004, Nov 19). Gene doping: sports at the cellular level, Drug War Chronicle. 363: http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/363/genes.shtml.
The Herald, Glasgow: Editorial (2004, Sept 8) Academics help London’s bid for 2012 Olympics.
The Scotsman, Scotland: Doherty, J. (2004, Sept 8) Put peace at centre of London Olympic bid, Scots demand, p.28.
Press and Journal, Scotland: Hill, J. (2004, Sept 8) Academic study could help bring Olympic Games to London, p.9.
The Courier: Editorial. (2004, Sept 8) Bid to raise profile of ‘Olympic Truce’ p.10.
Engineering Better Citizens. Better Humans: http://www.betterhumans.com/Errors/index.aspx?aspxerrorpath=/Engineering_Better_Citizens.Article.2004-09-01-1.aspx.
Reuters (2004, Aug 24) Atenas pode ter atleta geneticamente modificado, diz cientista. Sao Paulo: http://ultimosegundo.ig.com.br/materias/olimpiada2004/1716501-1717000/1716988/1716988_1.xml.
Lamb, G. M. (2004, August 23). Will gene-altered athletes kill sport? Christian Science Monitor.
McIlroy, A. (2004, 21). “Next: The Olympic Mutant.” Globe and Mail: F8.
Latusseck, R. H. (2004, August 15). Erlebt Athen die ersten Spiele mit Gendoping? Welt am Sonntag: http://www.wams.de/data/2004/08/15/319377.html.
Ravindran, P. (2004). “Genetically modified athlete – does it run true?” The Hindu Business Line.
Fest, S. (2004). Comienza a tener sus defensores el dopaje? EuropaSur, Spain: http://www.europasur.com/europasur/articulo.asp?idart=246433&idcat=1233
GENETICA: OGM? Olimpiadi Geneticamente Modificate. Italy Indymedia: http://italy.indymedia.org/news/2004/08/598377.php.
Phenomena News Team (2004). Genetically Modified athletes are arriving. Phenomena Magazine http://www.phenomenamagazine.com/0/editorial.asp?aff_id=0&this_cat=The+Ghost+Inside&action=page&type_id=&cat_id=58&obj_id=1558.
Cordeiro, J. H. (2004). O futuro mutante do esporte. Epoca, Brazil: http://revistaepoca.globo.com/Epoca/0,,EPT794626-1664,00.html.
Klie, S. (2004, Aug 9). The First Genetically Modified Olympics. Betterhumans: http://www.betterhumans.com/Features/Reports/report.aspx?articleID=2004-08-09-1.
Bonalume Neto, R. (2004, Aug 8). Novo tipo de doping pode afetar o DNA, Folha de S.Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Berdot, C. (2004). Jeux Olympiques ou J.O… GM ? Le dopage gÈnÈtique est la. Les Amis de la Terre: http://www.amisdelaterre.org/article.php3?id_article=1057.
Clarín (2004, July 27). Un científico británico dice que en Atenas “estarán los primeros atletas genéticamente modificados”.
Clarín, Argentina: http://ar.clarin.com/diario/2004/07/27/conexiones/t-801931.htm.
La Nacion (2004, July 26). Doping: La trampa genetica. La Nacion. Buenos Aires: 11. Folha de Sao Paulo.
Sao Paulo (2004, July 26) Cientista britânico prevê surgimento de “atletas geneticamente modificados”. http://www.cib.org.br/midia.php?ID=8676.
The Observer. London. Mitchell, K. (2004, July 25, p.13).Superman, super sport?: there will never be a time when drugs are eradicated from sport.
The Independent on Sunday (2004, July 25) Thompson, J. Gene doping will produce super breed of athletes, claims scientist, p1 & 55.
Daily Mail. London (2004, Jul 22). pp.1-3, Marsh, B. Now give me a brother to save my life.
Daily Express. London (2004, July 22, p.15). Health watchdog gives go ahead to ‘designer’ babies.
Daily Mail. London (2004, July 21) Watchdog eases ‘designer baby’ rules.
The Scotsman. Edinburgh (2004, July 21). Stringer, D. Fertility Experts Praise Decision, p.28.
Contra Costa Times, San Francisco (2004, June 17) ‘Professor urges alternate view: Bioethics scholar says drug scandal too easily casts athletes as villains’ Interviewed by Randy Myers, p.B2.
Champions Magazine, London (2004, June) pp.61-65. Interviewed by Dr. Susan Aldridge.
Ergogenics (2004, Jan) Editorial (2004). Filosoof Andy Miah: Frankenrunner verdient een lintje http://www.ergogenics.org/miah.html.
Reuters and Associated Press (2003, Oct) 7th IOC Olympic Congress of Sport Sciences, Athens, Greece.
The Big Issue in Scotland (2003, July 17), pp.28-29, Coyle, Catherine The Future is Dark…The Future is Gaming (interviewed and quoted on computer game technology.
BBC Sport Online, March 2002 Online interview in reaction to the World Anti-Doping Agency conference in New York about Genetic Enhancement in sport. Transcript available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport/hi/english/newsid_1887000/1887091.stm.
The Mail on Sunday (2002, May 27) in Calvin, M. ‘The Frankenstein Factor Stalking the Olympic, London, p.111.
ACE Tennis Magazine (2000, Nov) Jeffrey, R. We have the technology, pp.43-46.