Did you know there are marine cancers? Learn from cancer genomics scientist, Dr Bruzos, as she takes you through her current work and projects, focusing on marine contagious cancers affecting bivalves from around the world.
With the ocean and its inhabitants currently under threat from external pressures such as climate change, overfishing and pollution, data is becoming more important as a tool to combat these pressures.
Join fisheries scientist Aaron Brazier (He/Him) as he talks you through his career journey. After missing out on his top university choice, a career in fisheries presented itself and he hasn't looked back.
Attend a short presentation outlining some of the main principles of storytelling applied to science communication before pairing up or working individually to create your own 1-2 page comics about a relevant marine conservation topic.
Ever wanted to work in an extreme environment? Want to see behind the scenes of what life is like as a scientist in Antarctica? Join Professor John Spicer as he takes you through his time there with many funny stories as well as some strange creatures.
Join Dr Trupti Gaikwad a Cell and Molecular research technician at the Marine Biological Association as she describes the start of her career in India all the way to her PhD at Exeter University. Trupti is also the winner of the Asian Women of Achievement Science Award 2020.
Join Dr Trupti Gaikwad as she guides you through her research on micro algae and her use of amazing microscopes. Be sure to tune in to see the most incredible images of diatoms and other microscopic organisms!