‘Without these tools, I’d be lost’: how generative AI aids in accessibility

By Amanda Heidt

A rush to place barriers around the use of artificial intelligence in academia could disproportionately affect those who stand to benefit most.

Nature Technology Feature, April 2024

How OpenAI’s text-to-video tool Sora could change science – and society

By Jonathan O'Callaghan

OpenAI’s debut of its impressive Sora text-to-video tool has raised important questions.

Nature News, March 2024

Inclusive Psychedelic Research Practices 

Claire joins us today to talk about their work to create more democratized research and communication systems in the psychedelic science research community.

Mycopreneur Podcast,  June 2023

Aces Interviews with Claire Malone

Welcome to the next Aces Interviews. Powerful conversations to empower and inspire.

Today I’m speaking with Claire Malone, a science communicator and inclusion consultant. She holds a Ph.D. in Particle Physics from the University of Cambridge, in which she analysed data from the European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN. Claire is passionate about making science accessible to as wide an audience as possible and frequently contributes to public discussions about the best strategies to communicate science to diverse audiences. 

Aces Training Ltd, YouTube, February 2023

Is disability tech delivering?

Why does tech not understand my speech?

Physicist Dr Claire Malone is facing a problem: no speech-to-text software understands her. She is living with cerebral palsy, a condition that affects her movement and muscle coordination, including her speech. Claire shares how much of a difference this tech could make in her life, and Gareth speaks to Sara Smolley, the co-founder of Voiceitt, one of the leading companies in the area, about how close we are to having software that can understand people like Claire.

BBC World Service Digital Planet, August 2022

For the record: Claire Malone

“Schools and the school curriculum are not entirely designed with children who have disabilities in mind, so my mother fought for what I needed every step of the way and is a huge support to me”. Claire recently completed her PhD in particle physics. She has cerebral palsy and has faced many barriers along the way to achieving her goals and pursuing her passion for science. Let’s find out more about her story.

Freeda En, July 2021

An Interview with Claire Malone

A profile of a queer scientist

LGBT+ STEM, November 2020

Queer(y)ing the Curriculum: Claire Malone

A series produced by lgbtQ+@cam to interview researchers on the way in which we can 'queery' the curriculum. How do we queer the curriculum? And why is it important? 

This video features Claire Malone, an experiment research student in the Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge.

LGBTQ Cam, January 2020

Approaching Disability like a Scientist

By Laura Dattaro

People with disabilities are underrepresented in STEM.

Symmetry Magazine, May 2018

Claire Malone on ITV News for the ACE Center

Interview with Claire Malone on ITV News talking about the impact the ACE Centre has had on her life.

ITV News, May 2012