First published in the Cambridge University Science Magazine – Bluesci 2018 – this article contributed to the ‘Weird and Wonderful News’ … Continue reading Making waves: mega-tsunamis take form
First published in the Cambridge University Science Magazine – Bluesci 2018 – this article contributed to the ‘Weird and Wonderful News’ … Continue reading Creating a buzz: robotic bees take flight
The ‘Voice of the Future’ event gives early career science researchers the opportunity to spend a morning in Parliament, questioning the key players in science policy Continue reading Voice of the Future: early career scientists question MPs
When a policy maker has a question, how do they ensure they get an unbiased, reliable and objective answer? I … Continue reading Evidence synthesis for Environmental Policy: a systematic review
I am extremely interested in how research can be used in policy and recently completed a POST fellowship, working with the … Continue reading Engaging with Parliament: what is good Select Committee evidence?
My time with the select committee has taught me so much, I loved the societal relevance, short deadlines and buzz of Parliament. Continue reading A Select Committee inquiry
I have thoroughly enjoyed the ever-changing landscape of the policy world. For a short time I was part of the weird, wonderful, wacky and often archaic world that is our Parliament and democratic process, and I feel very privileged to have been there. Continue reading The end of my time at Parliament