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Citizen Cyberlab

  Citizen Cyberlab is an EU funded project that provides online platforms for citizen science projects. I am the freelance multimedia producer for Citizen Cyberlab, writing blogs, doing interviews, making podcasts and audio slideshows as well as creating short films.

A different pair of shoes

It’s funny, isn’t it? The phrase, walk a mile in another’s shoes? Who would want to do that? I mean, their feet probably aren’t the same size as your own, and did an awful lot of sweating which would make

Coming up!

It’s been a bit of a whirlwind few weeks, what with my dissertation, working with the team at Citizen Cyberlab, tagging along to SB6.0, moving into London and looking for jobs! But now, things are getting even more exciting: next

Pressing News

Have you ever been to a talk in which the speaker was unbearably boring? Their voice was monotonous, their mannerisms slow, and they were reading verbatim from slides? If this sounds familiar, you must be, or have recently been, a

Higgsmania

Like a true particle physics fan, before getting up to make a cup of tea this morning, I turned on my computer to watch the live webcast of the press conference at CERN. I am most definitely not an expert