Lightning Talks 1

Room G.34

The lightning talk sessions are an opportunity for presenters to share an aspect of their research and/or practice. Each presenter will be given 5 minutes to speak. After 4 minutes they will receive a warning, and after 5 minutes they will be asked to stop. Each presentation will directly follow the one before it, with the audience asked to reserve any questions for the end of the session, where they will have the opportunity to ask the presenter any questions they might have in person.

  1. Hey, Budapest! What are you gonna eat in 2030? - Diana Szakal (Environmental Social Science Research Group, Hungary)

  2. The naked mathematician - Tom Crawford (University of Oxford, UK)

  3. Meitner Day - Rae Hoole (Links to a Life, UK)

  4. Role of Environmental Education Centre in Hong Kong's citizen-scientist programmes - Ray Chu (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  5. Campsite science - Anna Woolman (British Science Association, UK)

  6. The art of sharing science as journalists, editors or communicators - Rosie Dutt (Imperial College London, UK)

  7. 50+ years of the people’s science movement in Kerala - Jayaraman (National Centre for Science Communicators, India)

  8. HS action together blending power of storytelling, art and science - Michaela Parnell (University of Salford, UK)

  9. Alice in Typhoidland - Samantha Vanderslott (University of Oxford, UK)

  10. The rhythm of science - Sylvia Maria Affonso da Silva (Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil)

  11. From interviews to podcast – the story ‘Sharing Science’ - Yael Barel-Ben David (Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)