Currently: Research Fellow
- Discussed bacterial communication and cooperation in an episode of the BBC Radio 4 science programme Frontiers (you can listen here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b02x93f1).
- Given a workshop on reporting science to journalism students at the University of Lincoln (as part of the BenchPress Project)
- With my lab mates at Nottingham, designed and presented a family-friendly microbiology activity at the University's annual community open day, MayFest.
Taken part in the online schools event I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!
- Been invited to give public talks about my work at the University of Nottingham Museum and the science centre @Bristol
- Helped local Brownies gain their Science Investigator badge at @Bristol
- Led discussion workshops for A-level students attending biology study days and summer schools at the University of Oxford
- Helped teachers from supplementary schools try out various science activities at the Science Learning Centre South West
- Worked with children and families at Thinktank Birmingham, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Bristol and Cheltenham Science Festivals
I have attended workshops in science education (through the British Ecological Society and the National Science Learning Centre) and family-friendly learning (with the Oxford University Museum of Natural History). I've also gained lots of experience of informal education and outreach through my involvement in historical reenactment, which regularly involves talking to adults and children about Anglo-Saxon and Viking life, warfare and craft at public events and museums (as well as the occasional school visit).
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