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Eileen Magnello trained as a statistician before doing her doctorate in the history of science at St Antony's College, Oxford University. She has published extensively on Karl Pearson and co-edited The Road to Medical Statistics.
The illustrator Borin Van Loon is a surrealist painter and illustrator. His collage comic strips are compiled in The Bart Dickon Omnibus, a graphic novella. Having worked on Darwin, Buddha and Cultural Studies, this is the fifteenth documentary comic book he has illustrated and designed.