Global vs Local

Although I’m new to the world of print publishing, I have been writing online for a while. The more I time I spend writing online, the more I learn about how it works. But it’s not a quick process; it’s

DIY Swimsuits

Back in the day (just over 110 years ago) swimming was just about making it to the Olympics. Swimming back then was nothing like swimming back now. In the first swimming Olympic Games in 1896 there were only 5 events,

Battling sleeping sickness

YAY – yesterday my first article for BBC News online was published! I thought it was a great story, and so it also features in this weeks’ Science in Action (which I produced!) and is first broadcast today at 18:32

Audio adventures

There’s just something special about working with sounds. They leave just the right amount to the imagination, but give the listener enough to build that imagination. What I love most about working with radio, is how the spoken word contains

Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion, episode 214 on November 22nd 2013. This podcast is an audio adventure from the Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

The Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 is organised by the Edinburgh International Science Festival

Mozfest 2013

This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion, episode 211 on November 1st 2013.

Mozfest 2013 was held at Ravensbourne and spanned all 8 floors, each one hosting a variety of web-based activities. In this podcast I focussed mostly

SHOW: Science of Swimming

Ever wondered why you float? Why we use goggles? Or why you swim faster under the water than on top?   There is so much science in swimming, and by knowing just a bit more about it, you can really

Citizens Of Science

As part of my role as Freelance Multimedia Producer at The Mobile Collective, I am running their podcast series called Citizens of Science, hosted on Audioboo. My role is to produce, present and research each episode of Citizens of Science,

A Fireside chat about science

It’s lunch time on Sunday afternoon and the room is full. People are excited to find out what Mozilla has in mind for science. This is the Fireside Chat, where we learn what Kaitlin Thaney, Mark Surman and Josh Greenberg have on their minds for

Open science

It’s tricky, as I discovered. There are as many meanings as there are people. I’ve been at the first day of Mozfest 2013. Mozfest was big, varied and fun! Coders, hackers, programmers, makers, shakers, the lot. They were all there. I

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