An interview with Rachel Ranson

Name: Dr Rachel Ranson Current Job: Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences Scientific Discipline/Field: Neuroscience/ageing Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): i’m really not a fan of labels but some will identify me as T. Website: https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/about-us/our-staff/r/rachel-ranson/ Twitter or other social media handle: @RansonDr What does your job involve? Teaching students from foundation level... Continue Reading →

An interview with Marina Logares

Name: Marina Logares Current Job: Visiting Professor at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) Scientific Discipline/Field: Mathematics, Geometry Country: Spain Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): L Website: https://www.ucm.es/marina_logares/ Twitter or other social media handle: @MarinaLogares What does your job involve? I teach at the degrees in Mathematics, Mathematical Engineering, and Maths Education. I also conduct my... Continue Reading →

Nature for all

by Dan Loveard Nature is my escape and main source of happiness. Birds have particularly always fascinated me and because of this I decided to work in nature conservation. I have been interested in wildlife from a young age and to now be able to devote my time through work to protecting wildlife and connecting... Continue Reading →

An interview with Dan Loveard

Name: Dan Loveard Current Job: Community Engagement Officer Scientific Discipline/Field: Wildlife Conservation Country: United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G Website: project work: https://www.exploredunsmore.org/ Twitter or other social media handle: @DLBirder What does your job involve? My work involves developing and delivering community engagement work across parts of Coventry, Leamington and Rugby by encouraging... Continue Reading →

An interview with Nicole Michel

Name: Nicole Michel Current Job: Senior Quantitative Ecologist Scientific Discipline/Field: Bird conservation Country: United States Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): I identify as queer, but more specifically I’m closer to B (bisexual) Website (personal, work, ORCID, – you don’t have to put one down): https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicole_Michel Twitter or other social media handle (if applicable): @Nicole_Michel What... Continue Reading →

An interview with Paige Tynan

Name: Paige Tynan Current Job: HE Sessional Lecturer and Science Communicator Scientific Discipline/Field: Forensic Science Country: Wales, United Kingdom Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): NA Website: https://paigetynan.co.uk/ Twitter or other social media handle: Twitter @PaigeTynan_ Instagram @fore.nsic What does your job involve? • Planning, preparing, and delivering instructional activities that facilitate learning. • Developing lesson... Continue Reading →

An interview with Kirk Taylor

Name: Kirk Taylor (He/Him/His) Current Job: Postdoc Researcher, National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College London Scientific Discipline/Field: Cardiovascular research/Cell biology Country: UK Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): G (Gay) Website (personal, work, ORCID, – you don’t have to put one down): http://www.Imperial.ac.uk/people/kirk.taylor https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4599-7727 Twitter or other social media handle (if applicable): Twitter: @Dr_KTaylor What... Continue Reading →

An interview with Claire Davies

Name: Claire Davies Current Job: Post-doctoral Research Fellow Scientific Discipline/Field: Astronomy Country: UK Pick some letters (L,G,B,T,Q,+, etc.): I would always use “gay” or “queer” (depending on the possible sensitivities of a particular audience to the latter term) rather than “lesbian” as a descriptor of my sexual orientation but I guess “L” is my letter. Website: https://cldaviesastro.github.io/ Twitter or other social... Continue Reading →

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