This page is a link to various publications and websites I’ve written or worked for.
Think of it as something of a vanity wall….
Cancer, Snakes and Ladders: Why some smokers live to 100 – Published in the April 2013 edition of the Wellcome Trust funded Guru Magazine, a ‘science lifestyle’ magazine (Pages 39-41)
The beast with a Billion Backs: Part 1 – April, 2013. For Things We Don’t Know, part one of two posts. This post explores some of the open questions surrounding the human microbiome – the cloud of bacteria, fungi, viruses and protists that call our bodies home – and why we need to ask them.
The beast with a Billion Backs: Part 2 – April, 2013. For Things We Don’t Know, part two of two posts. This post explores some of the open questions about the effects of antibiotics on the microbiome.
What is biotechnology? – February, 2013. For Oxbridge Biotech, reviewing a great website which is dedicated to the history and stories of both the science and people who have made modern biotechnology what it is today.
Science For Environment Policy
Science for Environment Policy is a free news and information service published by Directorate-General Environment, European Commission. It is designed to help the busy policymaker keep up-to-date with the latest environmental research findings needed to design, implement and regulate effective policies.
Web copy and an animated .gif (which I’m quite proud of…) explaining how their product, FIX&PERM, works and it’s advantages.
Regular copy, production of illustrations and updating webpages for a number of research areas and applications, for example: http://www.2bscientific.com/Elisa
A number of different projects, including infographics (example below) for a report on the antibody manufacturing market (available here).