Live chat with Wellcome Trust public engagement fellow Bella Starling

We have had 37 live chats so far and whilst this is not the last, we are now going to take a short break to give us the time to concentrate more on the data analysis from the experiments we've been running. So don't despair, we'll be back soon, but until then I am going … Continue reading Live chat with Wellcome Trust public engagement fellow Bella Starling

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Live chat with Science Communicator Emma Weitkamp

Thirty-three chats and still going strong! For this one we had the pleasure of speaking to Emma Weitkamp, Professor in Science Communication at UWE. She is both a researcher in science communication (currently working on science theatre) and a practitioner who has been experimenting with mixing science and comics, giving birth to the ScienceComics and … Continue reading Live chat with Science Communicator Emma Weitkamp

Live chat with Babylab language researchers Katie and Silke

Hello and welcome to our 32nd live chat with Katie and Silke from Lancaster University Babylab, where they both study first language acquisition in babies and toddlers. We've been on a roll recently with live chats about baby language, communication, signing, acquisition and bilingualism (check this page to browse through all of our previous chats), … Continue reading Live chat with Babylab language researchers Katie and Silke

Live chat with language therapist Helen Cain

Here is our 31st chat write-up with Helen Cain, Speech and Language Therapist and PhD student interested in children's language development and developmental communication impairments such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Specific Language Impairments (SLI). Also, if you are fascinated by this topic, you might like to have a read of some of the … Continue reading Live chat with language therapist Helen Cain

Live chat with developmental psychologist Liz Kirk

Welcome to our 30th chat write-up with developmental psychologist Liz Kirk! 30 live chats, can you believe it? For those that haven't followed this blog from the start, you can go and read previous live chats from here. But let us not diverge, as today's write-up is extremely interesting and packed with information on child … Continue reading Live chat with developmental psychologist Liz Kirk

Live chat with Biomolecular Engineer Chantelle Loevborg

Welcome to our latest chat write-up (29 chats and counting!), this time with Chantelle Loevborg. Chantelle grew up in the US and has a BSc in Biomolecular Engineering. She then moved to Australia and in 2012 she finished her PhD on the study of biological surfactants and drug delivery applications. She then had a baby … Continue reading Live chat with Biomolecular Engineer Chantelle Loevborg