The Outsider

I recently had the privilege to open this years SpotOn Conference 2013 by being the first of six speakers at the fringe event: The Story Collider. The Story Collider, according to Brian Wecht, provides anyone with a science story some space to…

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BBC Radio 4, Inside Science – Show Us Your Instrument

Inside Science is a weekly dose of action-packed science on BBC Radio 4, first broadcast on Thursday's at 4:30pm I was the Assistant Producer of week 35's show: Research bias; sniffer dogs, lasers; roadkill I produced the 'Lasers' part of the show,…

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I, Science – Goggle vision

Feature, May 16th 2013 Humans might be the dominant species on land, but we’ve fared less well underwater, partly due to our inability to see clearly. This meant a world of adventure was inaccessible to us until the invention of…

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Cardiff University – So long and thanks for all the physics

(Feature), 11th July 2012 Now that we have reached the end of our four years at Cardiff University's Department of Physics and Astronomy, we are going on to do bigger and better things. This does not mean that what we…

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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.…

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Citizen Cyberlab
Citizen Cyberlab
Science in the Surrey Advertiser

For our first assignment we were asked to do a content analysis of the broadcast media to see how they reported on science. It was pitched as a very open-ended piece of work, and we were required to decide our…

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A young woman in science

Today I was approached by STEMinist, a website which aims to show the world that there are women, great women, working in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects. They have asked me if I would like to take part…

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Planning a demo

The Cardiff Science Festival starts on Monday, and I still haven’t had the time to prepare. Thank goodness I have a week before my set. It's the first time that I will be standing in front of a group of people…

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Pythagoras Trousers: Magnetic cloaks

A shorter version of this podcast first appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 50 on October 17th 2011 [display_podcast] I did an interview with Professor Ortwin Hess from Imperial College, London because I wanted to learn more about his involvement in the development of…

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