Nature Outlook: Nutrition: A world of insecurity

Malnutrition is a global problem. With population and consumption set to rise over the coming decades, achieving food security will require action on many fronts. Nutrition: A world of insecurity is a data-heavy infographic, published in Nature on April 27…

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Nature: Q&A with Charles Michener: A life with bees

Charles Michener shares his passion for bees in this Q&A, as well as how he's seen the research field and the bee population change over the last 80 years. As part of this week's Nature Outlook supplement on bees I…

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Nature: Bees: Meet our prime pollinators

Bees do far more than just make honey. Globally, the 25,000 or so bee species play a crucial part in crop production and in promoting biodiversity. This month Nature Outlooks published a supplement focussed on bees. As part of the…

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Nature: Gene therapy: Genie in a vector

For the Haemophilia supplement produced by the Nature Outlook team at NPG, I wrote a feature piece about gene therapy for haemophilia A and the challenges that scientists are having to create one. Gene therapy: Genie in a vector describes clinical trials…

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Nature: Biomaterials: Learning from nature’s best

For the Biomaterials supplement produced by the Nature Outlook team, I worked on an infographic that provided an overview for the rest of the supplement on biomaterials research. The piece, Learning from nature's best, is a more playful 101 inforgraphic…

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Nature: Science budget: Funding by numbers

My first piece of freelance work for Nature magazine was to put together the facts and figures for an inforgraphic that would become part of a Nature Outlook supplement called Assessing Science: focusing on how Australia and New Zealand assess…

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