Meet the team
Georgia is a zoology graduate, with a particular interest in palaeontology and sloths. When not writing or talking about science, Georgia enjoys going to zoos, eating watermelon and (more recently) whittling.
Graihagh studied geography at Manchester before heading to do an MSc at Imperial College London in Science Media Production. Since graduating, she has helped run the production of a festival & produced radio programmes for the BBC. Outside of science radio, she likes... Read more
Katie is a Pharmacology graduate with a background in Science Communication. Originally from Sheffield, she’s worked in Brighton and most recently in London where she’s studying for an MSc in Science Communication. When not on the airwaves, she’ll either be singing or talking... Read more
Izzie Clarke completed a Masters in Physics at the University of Nottingham and went on to produce programmes for BBC. When she's not reading about sizeable stellar objects or minuscule molecular ions, Izzie's scouting out the latest new music or thinking about pizza. ... Read more
Isabelle is a fifth year student doctor at the University of Cambridge. As part of her pre-clinical studies there she completed a BA in Neuroscience in 2016. When she's not poring over medical textbooks, Isabelle is most likely to be found reading a good book in a comfy... Read more
Adam is a physicist turned science communicator from Dublin. When not talking to anyone within earshot about science, he can be found watching worrying amounts of superhero television or twirling around a ballroom floor.
Marika is an Aerospace Engineering student at Virginia Tech, in the United States. Rolls-Royce are supporting an internship for her with the Naked Scientists, at Cambridge University, during the summer. When Marika's not flying her drone or working with a wind tunnel, you can... Read more
Eva is 4th year PhD student at the University of Cambridge's Department of Zoology. When she's not using microscopes to study fruit fly brains, she loves to be involved in all things public engagement and talking to the public about the wonders of developmental biology.