Emma

They/Them

I’m queer and I’m a science communicator. //

I love chatting about all kinds of science with all kinds of people! I started in cell biology but was more interested in talking about science than researching it myself, so I completed my MSc science communication and public engagement. I now work in my local science center as a science communicator, where I get to present shows to public and school groups, or just share fun facts about space and dinosaurs with them. I’m interested in finding ways in which my passion for science and for queer visibility can be combined, but at the least hope that in presenting in an androgynous manner, kids can see that there isn’t one way to look like a scientist.