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Guest writer: Did science kill her? by Helaine Becker

This post is written by Helaine Becker. Helaine is the bestselling author of more than 90 books for children and young adults, including the international bestseller Counting on Katherine: How Katherine Johnson Saved Apollo 13 (Henry Holt). She’s a multi-time winner of the Silver Birch Award and a two-time winner of the Lane Anderson Award …

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Guest writer: Me, my degree and baby makes three by Anna Kebke

This post is written by Anna Kebke. Anna is a Russian from Sweden, and is in her final year of her BSc (Hons) Marine Biology degree at the University of Aberdeen. She is passionate about sustainability and previously completed a sustainability internship with Sky. She’s also farmed ecological shrimp in Swedish waters using waste heat, …

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Guest writer: Crafting and connection during COVID by Hana Ayoob

This post is written by Hana Ayoob. Hana is an illustrator and science communicator. She’s passionate about bringing people together to explore and challenge science. Hana’s academic background is in zoology and she continues to indulge her interest in weird and wonderful animals by drawing and talking about them whenever she can. Find out more about …

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Guest writer: NO-vember: Let’s do it by Alex Holmes

This post is written by Alex Holmes. Alex (she/her) is a PhD researcher at the Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Leeds. She’s found herself working somewhere between biochemistry and biophysics to research a membrane proteins. When she’s not in the lab or hacking supercomputers, she is very interested in science communication and …

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Guest writer: Cyber and Swan Lake – Let’s talk about Fatima the ballerina by Nia John

This post is written by Nia John, a science communicator based in South Wales. She also volunteers with the Young Women’s Trust, a feminist organisation to advocate for economic justice for young women. Nia loves nothing more than spending time at science festivals around the world. Find out more about Nia and her work on …

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Guest writer: Taking engineering skills into the humanities by Christine M. Estel

This post is written by Christine M. Estel. Christine has a BA in English from Temple University, and an MA in English from Rutgers University. She’s also certified in secondary English instruction in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has written for various news outlets including Authors Publish and (the former) Tribe Magazine, and has forthcoming …

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Guest writer: Autumn in Eureka by Salik Rosing

This post is written by Salik Rosing. Salik has a PhD in Geology with a focus on computer models of ancient ocean circulation from the University of Copenhagen’s Department of Geoscience and Natural Resources Management. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the GLOBE Institute, also at the University of Copenhagen, studying early life on …

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Guest writer: Discovering your body through art by Victoria McCulloch

This post is written by Victoria McCulloch. Victoria is a Lecturer in Anatomy at the University of Edinburgh, and a Freelance Medical Illustrator. She describes herself as a ‘traditional, 2D artist, mainly working in pencil’. Apart from being passionate about art and anatomy and having the opportunity to combine the two at work, one of …

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