Monthly Archive: October 2019


Isobel Ronai on ticks that spread diseases

This week’s curator is Isobel Ronai. Isobel’s main research interest is in unravelling the genetic basis of important traits of ticks and honey bees. She began her science career at The University of Sydney...


Chemistry and mental health with Teresa Ambrosio

Teresa is a first-generation scientist who just finished her PhD in Chemistry. She’s an active science communicator and advocates for mental health in academia. Her academic work is on transition-metal catalysis. Teresa enjoys chemistry...


How plants communicate with Johnathan Dalzell

This week’s curator is Johnathan who is a senior lecturer in plant-parasite interactions, and former Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow within the School of Biological Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland. He studied...