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I am a scientific researcher at a major university who enjoys taking complex scientific concepts and giving them wider importance by translating to the public.    173 more words


The Double Helix: James Watson Was as Savvy as George Lucas

Hey folks! Have you ever wondered about the utility of applying narrative archetypes to science writing? In this guest essay I recently wrote for Randy Olson’s blog,  1,909 more words


Science Writing Journey - Week 2

Hey! Another super quick post because I’ve been so busy this weekend and I’m seriously exhausted *eyes closing*.

My science-writing tip for this week is: 274 more words


Once a scientist, always a scientist

Science – it seems it’s a very difficult habit to shake off.  I’ve been out of the lab now for over a month – but I still find that I approach the practical problems in life in very much the same way as I would a research experiment.  996 more words


Science Writing Journey - Week 1

This is a really quick blog post because I’m ridiculously exhausted! *eyes closing*

Okay, partly because I spent the best part of my weekend drinking way too many rum cocktails and house party-ing, but mostly because I started my science journalism internship last week at the New Statesman! 95 more words


Unlocking the Cascadia Subduction Zone's secrets: Peering into recent research and findings

Unlocking the Cascadia Subduction Zone’s secrets: Peering into recent research and findings
August 2014 EARTH magazine

Delve into the latest Cascadia Subduction Zone research happening in the Pacific Northwest. Read more…

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