I'm a science writer and content producer with a background in engineering and renewable energy. I'm a long-time Pint fan, first-time volunteer and I'm very excited to join the video team!
Executive Support Officer
I'm a PhD student at the University of Queensland studying mysteries in embryo development. I love learning new things and trying new climbs at my bouldering gym all the time. I love making science fun and accessible to everyone!
Diversity and Equity Specialist
Yassine Souilmi is an evolutionary genomicist at the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA at the University of Adelaide. He specialises in utilising large-scale genomic analyses to address evolutionary and medical questions using modern and ancient DNA.
I am a Computer Engineering and Information Systems graduate, excited to be able to combine my love for science with my interest in exploring different career paths. Looking forward to participating in the organisation of Pint of Science activities and learning a lot!
I'm a Graphic Designer and work as a Project Officer supporting teams that monitor the change in our environment at TERN. Good design leads to good communication and so with that I am looking forward to playing with the quirky designs of Pint of Science.
I am a PhD student studying the 'eating' mechanisms of cells, a cat person and a video game enthusiast. I'm always excited to learn about the research going on in other areas of science, and keen to help bring these ideas to the public.
I have a background in publishing, editing and writing. I love science, education and learning new things, and I’m excited to work with the Pint of Science Comms team!
Executive Support Officer
I'm a marine biologist researching seagrass meadows on the Great Barrier Reef and their importance as a food source. I love chatting about science in the pub, in schools or on the radio and I've been running Cairns Pint of Science festival since 2018.
Scarlett has a PhD in bee training (yes, really). She pursues science communication alongside bee cognition, pollination, and conservation research. Scarlett is an advocate of effective science communication to make research more accessible. She has a dog and loves reading long fantasy series.
I am a PhD candidate, lover of science, communications, pets, indoor plants and the occasional pint of beer! Looking forward to improving my media skills and making this year’s festival the best it can be.
I am a science editor and publisher and in my spare time I enjoy soccer, cycle epics and fundraising for a cure for type-1 diabetes. I joined Pint of Science Australia to share some great science stories and experiences, and learn a bit, too!
PhD candidate at the Centre for Transformative Work Design, Curtin University. Full-time researcher, part-time programmer.
Based in Adelaide, I am a freelance writer and podcaster with a love for interesting, intersectional and interdisciplinary science stories. (Pictured right.)
I am a biomedical science graduate, regulatory T cell enthusiast and ocarinist! With my passion for science, I am always keen to learn more and as part of Pint of Science, I look forward to gaining new skills.
I'm an analytical chemist who loves all things STEM. I'm passionate about making science more engaging (with comedy!) and interesting for everyone. I'm currently developing my science communication and creative skills and I'm excited to put them to use for the Pint of Science team.
Digital Communications Manager
With a background in media and communications, I'm passionate about creating engaging content that makes science accessible, relatable and exciting for everyone. You’ll often find me with a camera and microphone in hand, asking as many curious questions about science and research as possible!