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Dr Mark Lorch
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Dr Mark Lorch

Feb 12, 2014

Mark Lorch is a lecturer in biochemistry at the University of Hull and a researcher in the field of the structure and function of proteins.  Mark is also a strong science communicator who writes for the Guardian and runs a website showing students simple experiments they can do at home. The cells in your eye have the same genes as the cells in your...

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Jamie Gallagher
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Jamie Gallagher

Jan 14, 2014

Jamie Gallagher is an energy materials scientist and a PhD student in chemistry and engineering at the University of Glasgow and works regularly as a science communicator performing at schools and science festivals across Britain.  He is also a salsa teacher. I think one of the oddest things is that Helium is running out. On getting interested in science I first knew I was...

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Prof Andrea Sella
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Prof Andrea Sella

Nov 23, 2013

  Andrea Sella is a Professor of Chemistry at University College London with interests in rare earth elements and the synthesis of materials.  Andrea is extremely active in the promotion of chemistry on radio, TV and at a wide range of festivals and shows including the Cheltenham Science Festival, the Royal Institution and Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People. We, as chemists, go...

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Claire Benson
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Claire Benson

Nov 23, 2013

Claire Benson is a member of the Explosions and Fire Research Group at London South Bank University.  A fire and explosion scientist, Claire’s areas of expertise include forensic investigation, catastrophic component failure analysis and droplet characterisations.  She has presented stage fire demonstrations across a wide mix of arenas from working with the fire brigade to the Enlightenment Café at The Old Vic Tunnels. When...

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