About

I believe that getting to marvel at the complexity and beauty and sheer magic of the universe is a privilege, and one which can and should be extended to all. Communicating science and technology shouldn’t JUST be about encouraging kids to study the subjects, or pushing humanity to build better technologies – it should also be about making sure everyone can experience that moment when something clicks, when something you’d think would be so complicated suddenly makes sense and works, and when you realise how incredible science really is.

My mission is to talk about science the way we talk about tech, and to get more involved in the incredible world of STEM in London.

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