Hi! My name is Natalie! I am a science communicator and currently a PhD candidate at the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute in Wollongong. I love talking science and am passionate about making science and research accessible to all!
Currently in my fourth year of a double degree in journalism/science. I have (a deep and unwavering) love of fluvial and landscape-scale geomorphology, and find the relationship between society, culture and the physical world fascinating. I love a chat and am skilled in audio and video production
I am a recent chemistry graduate with a passion for chemistry in the atmosphere. I am currently working on a campaign attempting to measure organic gases emitted by NSW vegetation.
I am a total STEM nerd and love learning about why the world is the way it is. I think Science is inspiring and can be a mechanism to achieve greater equality in the society we live in!
I love communicating science to a range of people from all sorts of backgrounds. I also love teaching science (specifically Chemistry), and find it a joy and a privilege to be able to have a positive impact on learning.
PhD student studying pathogenic bacteria to try and understand how they do the morbid (but fascinating!) things they do. Outside of working with flesh-eating organisms, I am a passionate STEM educator & communicator, as I think scientific literacy is the best way to understand and better the world.