Long and short interviews with communicators in the field of science and science dissemination, some of them talented and prominent, some of them just talented–but they all have important things to tell us.

Tor Martin Austad, Visual Lab: "Animation has no boundaries"

Having felt drawn to creative work, Tor Martin Austad combined his master degree (MSc) in biology with skills in animation to create Visual Lab. Operating out of Norway, Tor Martin works with universities, scientists, educational institutions…

Katherine MacInnes: "Film is a great and accessible form of science communication!"

Swimming with whale sharks or travelling through space – the Bristol Science Film Festival (6-7 June) promises to deliver all of the excitement! This year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the festival has been moved to an online event with two…

Andy Brunning, Compound Interest: “Infographics can grab the attention in ways an article on a topic can’t.”

A chemist by training, Andy Brunning turned to teaching when he realized he wasn’t fond of lab work. As a secondary chemistry teacher having little luck finding eye-catching posters to put up in his classroom, Andy decided to make them himself…

Dr Marek Skupinski - visual artist and scientific illustrator

With a PhD in physics, trained in materials science and nanotechnology, Marek Skupinski is an author of scientific illustrations, book covers and editorial illustrations for newspapers and magazines. In addition, he is a founder of Hyperfine…

Hana Ayoob - Talks science comedy, podcasts, and art

Hana Ayoob is a freelance creative producer of science events, a trainer, a science communicator, an artist, a comedian, and part of the highly successful podcast, Why Aren’t You A Doctor Yet?  She is passionate about science and getting…