Science Communication

Talks Delivered

Trust Me, I'm an AI!

The public being able to trust sources is an essential part of effective science communication. In this talk, I explore how generative AI is shifting the science communication landscape for better or worse.

UK Science Festivals Network Conference , January 2024

Confessions of a Science Communicator

Imperial College London, November 2023

Confessions of a Science Communicator

Churchill College, University of Cambridge, October 2023

Inclusive Psychedelic Research Practices 

Mycopreneur Podcast,  June 2023

Lessons Learned From Working in STEM with a Physical Disability

SciComCon, New York, USA, June 2023

The missing 96 percent of the universe 

RSA Conference,  San Francisco, USA, April 2023

From Gluons to Klingons

Sunday Assembly  London, April 2022

New Physics, New Technologies, and New Perspectives: Search for the missing 96% of the Universe

Financial Services Club Webinar, December 2021

New Physics, New Technologies, and New Perspectives: Search for the missing 96% of the Universe

Financial Services Club Webinar, December 2021

Fixing the Standard Model: Pairing off Particles

Sunday Assembly San Diego, November 2021

Fixing the Standard Model: Pairing off Particles

Sunday Assembly  Atlanta, October 2021

Science in Action: Can we avoid a climate catastrophe?

BBC World Service, October 2021

From Missing Particles to Missing Physicists

International Conference of Female Scientists , (UKRI and iWiS)

October 2021

The missing 96 percent of the universe 

TED Talk, May 2021

From Chemistry Labs to Chocolate Shops

Winston Society of Clare College, February 2020

From Chemistry Labs to Chocolate Shops

Cavendish Inspiring Women, February 2019

Articles and Blog Posts Published

Baffled by the big questions in science? String theorist Michael Dine thinks he has the answers

Physics World, January 2023

How better science communication can benefit everyone

Physics World, September 2022

Earthsong: Science-inspired poetry against climate change at the Great Exhibition Road Festival

Poets for the Planet, October 2021