I’m a science communicator and environmentalist, working in the Communications team at the University of Leeds. I have a master’s in Biological Anthropology (human evolution) from the University of Cambridge, and a bachelor’s in Biology from Leeds. I previously worked conservation at the PATT Foundation in Thailand, helping to reforest degraded sites across the country.
I’m extremely passionate about conservation, biology and human evolution, but more than anything I care about the communication of science. This blog is my attempt to shine a light on some potentially confusing topics spanning throughout biology, humans, the environment, technology and beyond. I have also hosted a radio show where I chatted to scientists at Cambridge about their work and its implications for the wider world.
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For work published elsewhere see my writing portfolio.