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I am an experienced and informed Science Communicator, specialising in astronomy. After working in Science Communication for a decade, I recently completed a PhD in Planetary Science at UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory, whilst all the time continuing my communication work. My research involves using observations by space telescopes and spacecraft to investigate how and why Jupiter produces intense X-ray northern and southern lights. With a vast portfolio, from writing for the Guardian, NASA and the Royal Observatory Greenwich, to TV interviews such as Sky News, to performing at festivals through the UK including Cheltenham Science Festival to Camp Bestival, I am often called upon to communicate complex theories in an entertaining and digestible manner, using my scientific knowledge and science communication expertise to educate, engage and enthuse everyone in astronomy from toddlers, to grandparents to school groups.

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