We are a team of 6 mostly, however we also work with people who aren’t based in the office. Mike Little from Zed1, Gareth Coxon from Dot Design, Steve Halstead at Sharper Print, Sophia Collins from Parenting Science Gang and Klara Kucerova from Pixels and Beyond.
Blame Shane. He started it all and as the director he is ultimately responsible. His early career was in advertising and publishing and marketing is not a dirty word. Email Shane.
Alex works full-time behind the scenes of the I’m a…. projects. Her background and degrees are in Wildlife Biology and Science Communication. Email Alex.
Emily started working on the I’m a… projects as a moderator after finishing a degree in Neuroscience, and never left! She now works behind the scenes organising the projects.
Email Emily Grant.
Márcia joined the team in September to support the I’m a… projects. She looks after the moderators and helps the team with the projects.
Bella joined the team in October after having completed an internship through UWE Bristol. Finishing off her masters in Science Communication, she is excited to be joining the I’m a projects.
Josie has a background in event and festivals management, but her favourite bit was always the writing. Now she looks after our communications while drinking roughly 9-10 cups of tea per day. Email Josie.
While Emily has a background in illustration, her main love was computers, technology and accessibility so joined the team to work on the technical side of the site. Email Emily.
Josh joined us in 2013 after a chemistry degree and a stint as a moderator on the projects. He now works remotely helping us with evaluation, systems, data, but never coffee. Email Josh.
If you’d like to get in touch, you can email the specific person above, or use the form below.
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What is I’m a Scientist?
It’s a competition between scientists, where the students are the judges.
Students challenge the scientists over intense, fast-paced, online live Chats. Then they Ask the scientists all the questions they want to, and Vote for their favourite scientist to win a prize of £500 to communicate their work with the public.